liaison officer


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liaison officer

A generic term for a named person in the UK who bridges the gap between two organisations or different parts of the same service in the NHS.

Examples
Arabic LO, Clinical alerting system LO, education LO, emergency planning LO, eye clinic LO, Greek LO, etc.
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The retirables all need to do is to prepare all the necessary documents and hand them over to the designated liaison officer.
Many of them pointed out that the desire to become a liaison officer occurred prior to reaching the midcareer point.
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The other Japanese liaison officer is from the Ground Self-Defense Force.
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Hans Josef Horchem, who headed Germany's Verfassungsschutz (VfS) security service from 1969 to 1981, told the Guardian that he learned of Thadden's status from a British intelligence liaison officer in the late 1970s.