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safe haven

An NHS term of art for administrative mechanisms that ensure safe and secure handling of confidential patient-identifiable information. All confidential information exchanged between commissioners and providers as part of the contracting process must be between safe haven contact points.
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Ohio Supreme Court to hold that Ohio's safe haven statute is
There is a dearth of research on the effectiveness of safe haven laws.
I am therefore delighted that we have been able to support Safe Haven in its fundraising efforts.
Safe Haven says it is delighted that the European Court has asked the UK Government to respond to the substance of the complaints by mid-February 2010.
By connecting infant life to unborn life and infanticide to abortion, Safe Haven laws work subtly to promote the political goal of the culture of life: the reversal of Roe v.
The Morriseys are advocating for a renewed effort to alert the public of the Baby Safe Haven law, and to push for the Legislature to renew the law when it expires next year.
The branch said the Safe Haven webcam situated in the cattery will allow people sponsoring the project to track progress online.
Hedgehogs are looking for a safe haven for their young
org) claims safe haven laws have had a "limited effect.
El Paujil, a gritty town surrounded by pastures and patches of jungle, is 70 miles southwest from San Vicente del Caguan, which was, until late February, the virtual capital of a rebel safe haven about twice the size of New Jersey.
Sponsors of safe haven legislation argue that prosecuting and punishing parents for abandoning their babies does not deter them from taking such desperate measures.
At the Jewish Geriatric Home, a 173-bed LTC facility in Cherry Hill, NJ, a day program called Safe Haven is doing just that: providing specialized care for residents with Alzheimer's and other dementias without a multi-million dollar SCU.