The Guide design of the web activities are the property of EtherMed http//collab.nlm.nih.gov/ethermedsearch biomedical and health resources on the internet - on any aspect of the human body http://www.medtrng.com/guide.htm
Extractions: The Internet provides access to many interesting websites that provide up-to-date and quality information. It could be conceded that information provided by sites on the Internet have not been peer reviewed; therefore it is suggested that the researcher verify any information found on the Internet by completing a search for comparable information in a peer reviewed and referred journal.
Extractions: In October of 1996 the state human service directors announced the availability of Innovation Recognition Awards of $1,000 to celebrate the past successes of MPCBs in systems reform activities and Innovation Support Grants to support innovation activities consistent with the principles of systems reform. A combined total of fifty-seven award and grant submissions were received, totaling nearly $400,000 in requested funds. From these submissions, twenty-one awards and thirteen grants were selected, exemplifying the criteria of innovation and demonstration of principles of systems reform. Many of the proposals not selected due to funding constraints also were of fine quality and indicated that communities around the state are engaged in serious attempts to reform their systems. A listing of 1997 award and grant recipients, with a brief description of the award or grant submission is attached. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS CONCERNING THIS MATERIAL OR NEED GENERAL INFORMATION on Putting It Together With Michigan Families use: PIT Helpline (517) 335-7904, or directly call the contact person listed on the attachment for each innovation grant or award.
Courses And Syllabi - Unfinished 3.0 NURS 446. collab ADM HLTH CARE DELIVRY facilitating collaborative activities with other health care professionals, and ANAT PHSIO METAB OF human body. Basic concepts of normal http://fpb.cwru.edu/courses/test.asp
Extractions: The course is designed to introduce the student to the practice, profession and discipline of nursing. A futuristic perspective will provide a framework for discussion of the foundation of contemporary nursing practice within a variety of health care settings. Critical historical influences that affected the development of contemporary nursing will be discussed. Selected trends and issues that will guide future nursing practice will conclude this course. This course is designed as a foundation for clinical nursingpractice in relation to the concepts of communication, safety and comfort. The three concepts will be applied to the application of fundamental nursing care. The basic components of the nursing process are presented as a framework for beginning clinical practice. This is the first part of a two part series of courses focusing on the application of the nursing process in various settings to the adult and older adult experiencing alterations in human functioning. Assessments strategies, diagnostic testing, and pharmacological principles with emphasis on nursing interventions are integrated into the nursing process. Prereq: Completion of Freshman BSN Courses
Courses And Syllabi - Unfinished NURS 446 (fall only) collab ADM HLTH CARE DELIVRY facilitating collaborative activities with other health care professionals, and ANAT PHSIO METAB OF human body. Basic concepts of http://fpb.cwru.edu/Courses/index.asp
Extractions: The course is designed to introduce the student to the practice, profession and discipline of nursing. A futuristic perspective will provide a framework for discussion of the foundation of contemporary nursing practice within a variety of health care settings. Critical historical influences that affected the development of contemporary nursing will be discussed. Selected trends and issues that will guide future nursing practice will conclude this course. This course is designed as a foundation for clinical nursingpractice in relation to the concepts of communication, safety and comfort. The three concepts will be applied to the application of fundamental nursing care. The basic components of the nursing process are presented as a framework for beginning clinical practice.
M10137 Body affected by. human activities? How will knowledge gained scientists, linguists and engineers routinely collab orate College of health and human Performance3310D health and human http://www.bioscienceday.umd.edu/BioSc_Bro.pdf
Extractions: Openbook Linked Table of Contents Front Matter, pp. i-xviii 1 Introduction and Background, pp. 1-18 2 Changes to the Biology and Biochemistry of Ecosystems, pp. 19-86 3 Changes in the Climate System on Seasonal to Interannual T..., pp. 87-126 4 Changes in the Climate System on Decade-to-Century Timesca..., pp. 127-190 5 Changes in the Chemistry of the Atmosphere, pp. 191-236 6 Paleoclimate Overview, pp. 237-292 7 Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, pp. 293-376 8 Observations, pp. 377-434 9 Processing and Distributing Earth Observations and Informa..., pp. 435-444 10 Modeling, pp. 445-516 11 Findings and Recommendations, pp. 517-536 Annex 1 - A Short History of EOSDIS, 1986 to 1995, pp. 537-541 Annex 2 - The EOS Information Federation, pp. 542-543
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Extractions: Los Alamos Physics e-Print archive [ arxiv.org ], a free public repository that now covers most of physics, and has expanded to include repositories for nonlinear sciences, mathematics, computation, and language. Over 130,000 papers have been self-archived on the site since 1991. It grows at the rate of about 25,000 per year, handles over 70,000 transactions per day, and has over 35,000 users. Funded by the DOE and NSF, it has a full-time staff, mirrored in 16 countries, offering search facilities and e-mail notification of new submissions of interest. The NIH- Dr. Harold E.Varmus , a Nobel laureate in medicine will establish a Web-based repository for barrier-free access to primary reports in the life sciences. On July 7th, 2003, US Congressman Martin Sabo (D. Minn) introduced legislation that would give immediate public access to all research papers, created mostly with federal money, regardless of which journal publishes them.
Extractions: Attached please find the current working draft of the Strategic Plan on Minority Health Disparities developed by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). We have prepared this draft in the context of the format and fiscal planning guidance provided by the Trans-NIH Working Group on Health Disparities. In generating this draft Plan, we have sought proposed initiatives from NIDDK scientific staff and have shared those concepts with our National Advisory Council and with a representative group of individuals from organizations having particular expertise and interests with respect to minority health issues. I particularly wish to acknowledge the efforts and contributions of Dr. Lawrence Agodoa to this planning process. Dr. Agodoa provided scientific leadership and direction across the NIDDK in his capacity as Managing Editor for the NIDDK draft Plan. Dr. Agodoa is the End Stage Renal Disease Program Director of the NIDDK Division of Kidney, Urologic and Hematologic Diseases, as well as the Minority Health Program Director for that Division.
National Network For Collaboration Framework to the economic, social, and human stresses faced and Technology Literacy, and NationalDecisions for health. to create something new, * Central body of people http://crs.uvm.edu/nnco/collab/framework.html
Extractions: To support collaboration among universities and community- based programs, the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES), USDA, created five National Networks to marshal faculty and program resources to directly respond to the economic, social, and human stresses faced by children, youth and families. These networks, which constitute the Cooperative Extension System Children, Youth and Family (CYF) Network, are linked and accessed through CYFERNET , an Internet-based children, youth and family information system operated by the CSREES. The CSREES currently funds five networks for Child Care, Collaboration, Family Resiliency, Science and Technology Literacy, and National Decisions for Health. Bergstrom, Arno, Area Extension Agent, Washington State University
Community Wellness Multiplied Quality of life issues, particularly the health of children and Central body of peopleconsists of decision makers; building and the sharing of human and fiscal http://crs.uvm.edu/nnco/collab/wellness.html
Extractions: From the Chandler Center for Community Leadership The Chandler Center for Community Leadership is a collaboration of Oregon State University Extension service and Central Oregon Community College. The Center is committed to increasing community capacity to achieve positive change through education, communication, and information. Under partnerships and contracts, the Center offers technical assistance for citizens, governments, agencies, organizations and business. Since its founding in 1989, the Center has conducted projects throughout Oregon and in 15 states in the United States. Although this paper is written about Oregon, it is equally applicable to any state in the United States. The Chandler Center for Community Leadership is concerned with the practical application of research, proven success, and action to solve community problems. Such problems are numerous and complex. Attention is centered on achieving positive community conditions, including: helping communities to become vision and mission driven, tailoring services to fit the community, developing preventative solutions, and emphasizing the value of citizen leadership, collaborative use of resources, and the democratic formation of public policy. Table of Contents Forward
Extractions: Collaborating Graduate Departments Exercise Science is the graduate program of the Faculty of Physical Education and Health. The unifying theme for research activities in the Exercise Science Program is the influence that physical activity can have on health, and the effect that disease and injury have on physical activity. Research interests of the cardiovascular group include: cardiovascular control during stress, adaptive responses of circulation, angiogenesis, etc. The department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation offers a rich array of full- and part-time graduate health services educational programs for managers, policy-makers, clinicians and researchers. Students can select modular training for working professionals; specialize in clinical epidemiology, health informatics, health policy, health services outcomes and evaluation, health services organization and management or choose from a variety of interdisciplinary and collaborative options. HPME encompasses over 200 affiliated faculty at the University of Toronto, its teaching hospitals and associated research institutes who generate and transmit both theoretical knowledge and practical innovations. HPME faculty conduct leading-edge research in clinical evaluative sciences; home and community based care; health system performance measurement and improvement; and information technologies in health.
Dimethoate (EHC 90, 1989) The main objective of the IPCS is to carry out and disseminate evaluations of the effects of chemicals on human health and the quality of the environment. WHO collab orating Centre for Environmental health Effects mg/kg body weight. In human volunteers, an http://www.inchem.org/documents/ehc/ehc/ehc90.htm
Extractions: INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME ON CHEMICAL SAFETY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CRITERIA 90 DIMETHOATE (c) CONTENTS ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CRITERIA FOR DIMETHOATE 1. SUMMARY 1.1. Identity, uses and analytical methods 1.2. Environmental concentrations and exposure 1.3. Effects on the environment ... 12. PREVIOUS EVALUATIONS BY INTERNATIONAL BODIES REFERENCES ANNEX I WHO TASK GROUP ON ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CRITERIA FOR DIMETHOATE Members Dr L. Badaeva, All Union Scientific Research Institute of Hygiene and Toxicology of Pesticides, Polymers and Plastics, Kiev, USSR Dr J. Huff, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA Dr S.K. Kashyap, National Institute of Occupational Health, Ahmedabad, India (Chairman) Dr J. Liesivuori, Institute of Occupational Health, Kuopio Regional Institute of Occupational Health, Kuopio, Finland Dr I. Ritter, Pesticides Division, Environmental Health Directorate, Department of National Health and Welfare, Tunney's Pasture, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Dr A. Takanaka, Division of Pharmacology, National Institute of Hygienic Sciences, Tokyo, Japan (Vice-Chairman) (Rapporteur) Dr E.M. den Tonkelaar, National Institute of Public Health and Environment, Bilthoven, Netherlands
Course Catalog: ACADEMIC YEAR 2004-2005 UNDERSTANDING AND JUDGEMENT OF activities AND MATERIALS RELATED TO THE EMPHASIS ON THE human body AND ITS ANATOMY AND A REALISTIC AND COMPREHENSIVE health ASSESSMENT SKILLS WICH MAY http://banner-web.suagm.edu:8035/catalog.htm
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Extractions: K osova R ehabilitation C enter for T orture Victims Mission Objectives Target Groups Board ... Back to main page For a more efficient and better achievement of its goals KRCT collaborates with a wide range of local, international NGOs and other important organisations and institutions. KRCT representatives have participated in monthly meetings that WHO held for non-duplication of projects and development of the mental health in region. They have also participated in WHO meetings on the development of the health system for minorities. Due to the close collaboration with Kosova Red Cross (KRC), besides the referral of the traumatized individuals and/or families from KRC to KRCT, the collaboration was also focused on giving of material assistance from KRC to the persons in need referred from KRCT. While social - economical rehabilitation are of great importance towards the total spiritual healing/rehabilitation, we consider this as a very important and, we could say, crucial collaboration towards the psychosocial rehabilitation. KRCT is member of the Assemble of the local NGOs, where weekly activity co-ordination meetings take place.
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Extractions: community Top All Lists Date Advanced ... Thread from [ Tom Munnecke Bookmark Link Original To From "Tom Munnecke" < Date Thu, 6 May 2004 16:54:19 -0700 Message-id 024301c433c5$73861f00$6401a8c0@tomdesk Suresh Subrahamian , of the Waitt Family Foundation (who dropped out as a Sr. Exec at Gateway Computers to do humanitarian work) who was at the Asilomar GivingSpace workshop, is in the process of organizing a workshop at MIT in June: innovations for poor communities. As part of this process we were pulling together an important national meeting with residents of poor communities (about 20), smart technology professionals (about 6-7), academics (about 3-4) and MIT graduate students (about 5) to really dig into opportunities etc. Wondered if you would be interested in participating in this. Am looking for free-thinking, innovative technology folks who can push the edge on conceiving Sorry, Phil, I will not be able to make your confab in Chicago participated And how much of a taboo discussion of death is. I went into a bookstore today to find books on death and dying, and it was almost as taboo as asking for the pornography section.
NECON News Releases family and friends, self esteem, body image, peer US Department of health and HumanServices Women s health coordinates women s health activities, programs and http://www.neconinfo.org/newsreleases.htm
Extractions: CONTACT: Linda Allen, (202) 401-6113; Roslyn Matthews, (202) 690-6883; Omni Press Line, (202) 756-5302. Washington, D.C. - The Department of Health and Human Services' Office on Women's Health (OWH) today launched a new health Web site, www.4girls.gov , to encourage adolescent girls to choose healthy behaviors. The site, part of HHS' National Women's Health Information Center, provides girls ages 10-16 with information on fitness, nutrition, stress management, relationships with friends and family, peer pressure, suicide, drugs, self-esteem, and other topics in an interactive, user-friendly format. The launch is part of the ongoing Prevention Initiative recently announced by HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson. The announcement was made at the HHS Young Women's Health Summit being held in Washington D.C. "Girls make important choices about lifestyle behaviors during adolescence that can influence their health and well-being throughout adulthood," said Dr. Eve Slater, Assistant Secretary for Health. "This Web site provides girls with the tools to begin taking responsibility for their physical, mental, environmental, and social health by providing them with information in the language they understand."
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Extractions: DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Administration for Children and Families [Program Announcement No. OCS-2003-03] Request for Applications Under the Office of Community Services' Fiscal Year 2003 Consolidated Program Announcement AGENCY: Office of Community Services, Administration for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services. ACTION: Announcement of the availability of funds and request for competitive applications under the Office of Community Services' Consolidated Program Announcement for Fiscal Year (FY) 2003. SUMMARY: The Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Community Services (OCS) invites eligible entities to submit competitive grant applications for new grants for the following OCS programs: 1. Assets for Independence [[Page 40983]] The entire Consolidated Program Announcement for FY 2003 will not be published in the Federal Register. Rather, OCS is publishing this Abbreviated Program Announcement in the Federal Register. Where applicable, this Abbreviated Program Announcement contains the following information for each of the above-listed programs: CFDA Number, Legislative Authority, Eligible Applicants, Availability of Funds, Eligible Activities, Project Period, Application Due Date, and Contact Information. ADDRESSES: Prior to submitting an application, potential applicants must obtain a copy of the Application Kit, containing the entire program announcement, forms, and instructions. The Application Kit is accessible for reading or downloading on the OCS Web site at: <A href="