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liaison officer

A generic term for a named person in the UK who bridges the gap between two organisations or different parts of the same service in the NHS.

Examples
Arabic LO, Clinical alerting system LO, education LO, emergency planning LO, eye clinic LO, Greek LO, etc.
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A spokeswoman said police liaison officers were with his family yesterday.
In order to navigate around the obstacles of international police cooperation and the uncertainty related to a changing world, several nation-states have deployed a network of international liaison officers (ILOs).
Chi Onwurah visited the Eye Clinic Liaison Officer (ECLO) at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary.
THE police have assigned a family liaison officer to work with Mikaeel's relatives.
Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association Chief Executive Officer, Jan Davis said she is encouraging Tasmanian farm businesses to contact the Farmer Liaison Officers who can provide information (at no charge) about the eligibility criteria and the application process.
Similarly, Khalid Shaikh Assistant Executive Engineer Weir Sub-Division Jamshoro will act as Flood Liaison Officer in addition to his own duties with his office Ph.
As many as 194 LRs from India are pending execution with various member countries, with the most important requests pending with the three foreign countries in question where the liaison officers are going to be posted for the first time.
What has happened in just the last week or so has been the return of a couple liaison officers from Regional Command-East.
He travelled to London with 70 other family liaison officers from around the UK to meet the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- Director of the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) at the General Directorate of Criminal Security in the Ministry of Interior Colonel Ali Salem Al-Khayyal received a delegation comprising liaison officers of the British Embassy in the UAE.
The royal couple met family liaison officers from constabularies across the country during a lunch reception for approximately 90 people, hosted at Clarence House in central London.
The first meeting of the liaison officers of the Arab Center for the Studies of Arid Zones and Dry Lands (ACSAD) is of great importance to the body's future operation and performance, as it would tackle impediments hindering joint Arab action, said an ACSAD official told KUNA on Tuesday.