NACCHO


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NACCHO

National Association of County and City Health Officials.
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The authors are thankful to NACCHO, Washington, DC, USA for sharing the Profile study data for this publication.
NACCHO and the Chronic Disease Alliance of Non-Government Organisations 2003 'The well person's health check' in S Couzos and R Murray (eds), Aboriginal Primary Health Care, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp.
Libbey's assertions are supported by a survey of public health agencies conducted by NACCHO in which 58 percent of respondents indicate that smallpox work is hurting their other bioterrorism preparedness efforts.
Later in 2002, NACCHO surveyed 26 local public health officials in 26 states to discover the extent to which these officials were working with the state, whether they received CDC money, and to what degree they had been significantly involved in public health planning with the state.
Our survey sample was drawn from the NACCHO listing of health departments, according to three strata.
NACCHO collected expenditure data along with organizational and operational characteristics of local public health agencies through census surveys fielded in 1993, 1997, 2005, 2008, 2010, and 2013, with response rates varying from 68 to 80 percent.
Indeed, NACCHO has been more nimble than many mainstream media outlets in recognising the potential of Twitter as a vehicle for disseminating news and for building influence.
Toolkit user testing was conducted through a series of in depth interviews with attendees of NACCHO (July 2011), APHA (October 2011), and AUCD (November 2011).
There are concerns that new funding models for government initiatives may be created from these figures, and that will cause the sector to be underfunded for its work,' a NACCHO spokesperson said.
Alameda is one of many counties collaborating with NACCHO on modeling and other tools to help build adaptation programs.
NACCHO has lobbied for a program for several years to improve medication compliance and the quality use of medicines for Aboriginal and Tortes Strait Islander peoples.