HCW


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

HCW

Health care worker, see there.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
For example, data on funeral attendance or contact with a person known to have Ebola were missing for more than half of HCWs with Ebola and almost three quarters of non-HCWs with Ebola.
“Having nearly two decades of experience, Jennifer brings a wealth of knowledge to our existing team here at HCW,” said Todd Yates, HCW managing partner.
"I am delighted that HCW has been set up as this organisation is much needed."
The main challenges associated with healthcare waste management in the country are high waste generation rate and mixing of HCW with other municipal waste.
We analyzed antibody response of TB latently infected HCW against antigens GLcB, HSPX and MPT51.
Ease of access is therefore important in generating knowledge among health professionals about HCW management.
The HCW insists tough funding decisions are to blame for the cancelled operation.
Heather O'Driscoll, pensions partner of HCW in the North-East, said: "We are delighted, we are currently the only accountancy firm to have won this award three times."
Conclusion The literature confirms that HCW in RDU are at risk of exposure to blood borne infections.
Both the hot compressed water (HCW) and steam media treatments were performed inside a 1-L sealed pressure reactor (Model 4500; Parr Instrument Company, Moline, Illinois, USA).
In contrast, we evaluated the 2015 Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) outbreak in South Korea, and compared psychological resilience, appraisal of risk, emotional experience, and use of personal resources between health-care workers (HCW) and non-health-care workers (non-HCW).
23 January 2019 - Honolulu, US-based water filtration and purification systems provider Hawaiian Cool Water, LLC (HCW) has acquired Coffee Systems Hawaii (CSH), adding a coffee, tea, equipment and services division, the company said.