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PHSA

(Public Health Service Act) See healthcare IT.
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PHSA is the lone academy established under the auspices of health department for imparting training courses to the staffers of health department from across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Also, at this date and time, the NDAs for these products will no longer exist in the FDA's data system and the associated products and their applications will commence being regulated under the PHSA as biological products and BLAs, respectively.
The summary, yet to be accorded approval by the government, states that Dr Arshad Ahmed working as DG PHSA was on the 18th position on seniority list since February 15, 2018 but he is the most suitable officer for the post of DG health services, KP.
138 series of 2018 issued to all bureau directors, regional directors, schools division superintendents and heads of both public and private schools, announced that the PHSA has officially launched its Annual Search for Young Arts Scholars (ANSYAS) for School Year (SY) 2019-2020.
Remarkably, even as this intense, highly political play was being played by high school kids, members of PHSA's theater group Dulaang Sipat Lawin, Anicoche's steady, unsentimental direction occasioned not one single false note.
PHSA did so in the project agreement, requiring that the facility be safeguarded against a wide variety of disasters.
- Comply with any regulations promulgated with respect to Section 2705(j) of the PHSA by the DOL, HHS and Treasury.
(362.) Public Health Service Act (PHSA) [section] 2707(b), 42
phsa.ca/population-public-health-site/Documents/W2WBTechnicalReport_ 20130208FINAL.pdf (Accessed November 28, 2017).
Premarin was originally approved under the Food, Drug, & Cosmetics Act (FDCA) in 1942, Wyeth, 2003 WL 22282371, at *1, before the 1944 enactment of the Public Health Services Act (PHSA), which created a regulatory scheme for biologics.