HENIG

HENIG

Abbreviation for:
Health Economy NICE Implementation Group
References in periodicals archive ?
Now the leader of the council, Simon Henig, and its chief executive, Terry Collins, have been giving us their perspectives on the challenges and successes of the last 10 years.
Durham County Council's leader, Coun Simon Henig said: "As chair of the CWG I thank members of the IRP for their work and recommendations on the members' allowances scheme.
Henig and Melissa Arnold Lyon of Columbia University's Teachers College discuss possible union comeback strategies post-Janus, while Sarah F.
(http://www.ibtimes.com/sinner-season-2-casts-alex-inc-alum-elisha-henig-2683703) Elisha Henig will play the victims' son, Julian, a bright but peculiar young boy on the brink of adolescence who is from a sheltered, unconventional background and is now thrust into the outside world.
According to Samantha Henig, editorial director for audio at the Times, there are 700,000 of us downloading or streaming The Daily each day.
Despite the economic challenges of recent times, council leader Cllr Simon Henig said: "We are committed to bringing more investment into the county and over the last four years we have helped 3,400 businesses to relocate, set up or expand their business in Durham, which equates to a PS187m boost for the economy.
Durham County Council leader Simon Henig said: "The decision by Hitachi to bring rail manufacturing back to its spiritual home in County Durham provided us with the opportunity of a lifetime.
The Security Institute has appointed former Security Industry Authority Chair, Baroness Ruth Henig as new President, replacing Lord Alex Carlile at the head of the organisation from the 2016 AGM in April.
In one of the New York Times Magazine's most-shared articles of 2010, science writer Robin Marantz Henig examined the research on "emerging adulthood"--the notion that young adults are taking longer and longer to grow up.
Henig, author of The Monk in the Garden: The Lost and Found Genius of Gregor Mendel, chronicles the early days of in vitro fertilization (IVF) and the ethical and legal battles surrounding it in the 1970's.
The Monk in the Garden: The Lost and Found Genius of Gregor Mendel, the Father of Genetics by Robin Marantz Henig, 292 pages, Mariner Books, $14.00
Deborah Blum, Mary Knudson, Robin Marantz Henig, eds.