Board On Health Sciences Policy Free eBooks (1)

ISBN: 0309076943, 9780309076944
Authors: Committee To Assess Training Needs For Occupational Safety, Health Personnel In The United States, Board On Health Sciences Policy
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Keywords: occupational, safety, health, personnel, decade, needs, work, century, education, training, safe
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Despite many advances, 20 American workers die each day as a result of occupational injuries. And occupational safety and health (OSH) is becoming even more complex as workers move away from the long-term, fixed-site, employer relationship. This book looks at worker safety in the changing workplace and the challenge of ensuring a supply of top-notch OSH professionals. Recommendations are addressed......
Author: Board On Health Sciences Policy
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Keywords: clinical, summary, roundtable, september, symposium, research, confidence, involvement, public
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Download free ebook: Public Confidence And Involvement In Clinical Research: Symposium Summary, Clinical Roundtable, September 2000......
Author: Board On Health Sciences Policy
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Keywords: clinical, summary, roundtable, symposium, december, coming, map, research, exploring, decade
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Download free ebook: Exploring The Map Of Clinical Research For The Coming Decade: Symposium Summary, Clinical Roundtable, December 2000......
Authors: Frederick J. Manning, Board On Health Sciences Policy
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Keywords: research, roundtable, clinical, meeting, june, summary
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Download free ebook: Summary Of The June 2000 Meeting Of The Clinical Research Roundtable......
Authors: Richard L. Seggel, Board On Health Sciences Policy, Institute Of Medicine
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Keywords: grants, background, paper, program, research, funding, nih, adamha, stabilizing
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Download free ebook: Stabilizing The Funding Of Nih And Adamha Research Program Grants: A Background Paper......
Authors: Andrea L. Solarz, editor, Committee On Lesbian Health Research Priorities, Neuroscience, Behavioral Health Program, Health Sciences Policy Program, Health Sciences Section
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Keywords: directions, future, assessment, current, health, lesbian
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Women's health, as a field of study, is a developing discipline. Health theories in general have been based on studies of men. However, in recent years, more attention has shifted to women's health, realizing the disparities between men and women in relation to their health. During the last two decades, a similar shift has occurred for a group of women--lesbian women--to further identify and speci......
ISBN: 0309073286, 9780309073288
Authors: Committee On Assessing The System For Protecting Human Research Subjects, Board On Health Sciences Policy, Institute Of Medicine
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Keywords: participant, protection, programs, research, human, public, accreditation, preserving
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Amid increasing concern for patient safety and the shutdown of prominent research operations, the need to improve protections for individuals who volunteer to participate in research has become critical. Preserving Public Trust: Accreditation and Human Research Participant Protection Programs considers the possible impact of creating an accreditation system to raise the performance of local protec......
ISBN: 0309072816, 9780309072816
Authors: Theresa M. Wizemann, Mary-lou Pardue, editors, Committee On Understanding The Biology Of Sex, Gender Differences, Board On Health Sciences Policy
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Keywords: sex, matter, health, human, biological, contributions, exploring
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It's obvious why only men develop prostate cancer and why only women get ovarian cancer. But it is not obvious why women are more likely to recover language ability after a stroke than men or why women are more apt to develop autoimmune diseases such as lupus. Sex differences in health throughout the lifespan have been documented. Exploring the Biological Contributions to Human Health begins to ......
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