References in periodicals archive ?
The CCDM promptly suspended the league on the same evening and two days later asked the BCB president Mustafa Kamal to take a decision on the matter.
When the configuration is complete, the CCDM's built-in simulator allows the instrumentation to be checked and evaluated, without connection to any real-world equipment.
During negotiations for the current MECA, the unprecedented step was taken to convene a group of representatives of all parties and officials involved to thrash out how greater traction might be achieved in implementing CCDM. As a consequence of this work, June 30, 2021, was decided as the date all DHBs must have fully implemented CCDM.
"'CCDM' is the top of the pyramid of a summary of all the literature that's been published on a public health problem, but then you have the ability to go into the lowest layer which might get you more details about the most current stuff coming off the presses," Detmer said.
Certified Configuration and Data Manager (CCDM) Richard Acuna bd Systems John E.
However, if the taxpayer is advised, the National Office will receive and consider written submissions if forwarded by the requester (see CCDM 220.127.116.11.3.B).
Just as many others have reaped the benefit of the right letters appearing after their name, such as CPA (Certified Public Accountant), CPL (Certified Professional Logistician), or BCS (Board Certified Surgeon), many CDM professionals are recognizing the importance of having NDIA CCDM (Certified Configuration and Data Manager) or NDIA CCDS (Certified Configuration and Data Specialist) after their name.
Turner (10/13/95) and Chief Counsel Directives Manual (CCDM)(35)3(20)0.
These data councils are required by the Ministry of Health, under the staffing accord, and their aim is to make sure that care capacity demand management (CCDM)--the system which works to match staff Levels with patient demand--is working at ward/service level.
Medical browser ?
Full browser ?