conducted in-depth telephone interviews with each participating program.
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.
We merged data from the NACCHO
Profile 2005 survey with two waves (2004-2005) of BRFSS survey (NACCHO
2006; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] 2006).
The climate Change; Mastering the Public Health Rob" is a six-part educational series cosponsored by the APHA, NACCHO
, ASTHO, and SOPHE.
It is a complex program but designed to be easily delivered at a grass roots level," QUMAX national manager for NACCHO
Vicki Sheedy said.
On May 28 and 29, 2003, NACCHO
used the checklist as the organizing document for a 2-day working meeting in Chicago, Illinois, of representatives of more than 20 large city health departments, held to develop recommendations for managing possible epidemic SARS in metropolitan areas.
The recent NACCHO
eardrop trial was the first to do so.
represents the nation's 2,800 local governmental health departments.
Sara Rubin, MPH, MA, a senior program analyst in catastrophic and pandemic preparedness at NACCHO
, said it is not that there are barriers to such partnerships --"it's more likely that they just haven't thought of each other as potential partners.
provides the data used in the forthcoming empirical analysis.
Libbey is the executive director of the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO
), serving nearly 3,000 local public health agencies nationwide Prior to joining NACCHO
in September 2002, he was director of the Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Department in Olympia, WA.
Non-contact, Talking Thermometers Will Be on Display at Sanomedics' Booth #507 at the NACCHO
Annual 2010 Conference Being Held July 14-16, 2010, at the Memphis Cook Convention Center, Marriott Memphis Downtown, Memphis, Tennessee