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The 21st letter of the Greek alphabet, phi. Symbol for phenyl; symbol for quantum yield (π).

phi (φ, Φ),

1. The 21st letter of the Greek alphabet.
2. (Φ) Symbol for phenyl; potential energy; magnetic flux.
3. (φ) Symbol for plane angle; volume fraction; quantum yield; the dihedral angle of rotation about the N-Cα bond associated with a peptide bond.
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Abbreviation for:
passive haemagglutination inhibition
personal health information
phagocytosis index
phosphate isomerase
primary HIV infection
primary hyperoxaluria
private health insurance
Professionalising Health Informatics, see there  
protected health information
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Abbreviation for phenyl;


Abbreviation for protected health information.


(φ, Φ) ()
1. The 21st letter of the Greek alphabet (φ).
2. Phenyl; potential energy; magnetic flux (Φ).
3. Plane angle; volume fraction; quantum yield; the dihedral angle of rotation about the N-Cα bond associated with a peptide bond (φ).
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Patients suspected of having PHI should be screened for other sexually transmitted diseases, including syphilis and hepatitis.
* Up to 35% off hotels and rental cars through the Phi Kappa Phi travel program
With the Phi Kappa Phi fellowship, he was able to dedicate more time to serving his school and community.
PHI continues to work in several other states--including New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Michigan--helping to strengthen relations between providers, consumers, and labor to improve public policy.
HIV transmission in the context of PHI. Before undertaking any large-scale intervention to identify and treat persons experiencing PHI, it is necessary to establish that such an endeavor will have a reasonable chance of affecting the spread of HIV.
ADARC researchers have reported transient antibody responses to HIV antigens in patients treated within 90 days of PHI who were given vaccine (intramuscular injection) at 0, 30, 90, and 180 days.
In overall results, our heightened involvement with alliances and GPOs during the past two years has saved PHI roughly $500,000 a year.
Phi Kappa Phi key chain boasts a gold finish with raised navy enamel Greek letter monogram.
More than $300,000 in various scholarships and awards distributed annually by Phi Kappa Phi chapters
Phi Kappa Phi Forum helps uphold the Society's mission: "To recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others" and its motto: "Let the love of learning rule humanity."
When asked to share some reflections on his tenure on the board, Bill wrote, "Before my 2007 election I had a good handle on the general value of Phi Kappa Phi.
/ It will rain its reflection / on your one troubled eye, / the one that blinks / each time a hawk rants by." Whether about nature, love, or family, poems advocate "for moral responsibility, for striking one's own note in the face of a future whose business it is to be ous," and while "some address the despairing tragedies of history, all remain affirmations of hope," explained Ragan, director emeritus of the Graduate Professional Writing Program at University of Southern California, his Phi Kappa Phi chapter.