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United States Public Health Service

 (USPHS)
a governmental health agency that is part of the United States Department of Health and Human Services; see also public health.

USPHS

USPHS

United States Public Health Service.

USPHS

USPHS

Abbreviation for United States Public Health Service.

USPHS

Abbreviation for United States Public Health Service.
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As with other human subject studies conducted without appropriate protections, the impact of the USPHS syphilis experiments in Tuskegee did not end when the study itself concluded.
This study demonstrated that 72% of the population had some unmet healthcare needs, implying that the emergency department provides a significant environment to reach patients in need of preventive healthcare services as noted by the USPHS.
We are recommending that the Chief Nurse Officer of the USPHS head the Office of the National Nurse, as this is a position that currently exists and is funded.
While at CDC, he also served as chair of the USPHS Environmental Health Officer Professional Advisory Committee and was president of the Uniformed Services Environmental Health Association.
Faye Abdellah served as a deputy surgeon general for the USPHS with the rank of two-star rear admiral.
LTJG (Lieutenant, Junior Grade) Nikki Langenderfer stated, "I have always wanted to be a part of a humanitarian effort, and this was an excellent way to represent hygienists, USPHS and the Comfort's mission.
Surgeon General on policy issues related to nursing and public health, and represents the Office of the Surgeon General and the USPHS in contact with groups at the state, national and international levels and with professional societies concerned with nursing and public health issues.
ADAO is appalled at the recent development whereby the Quebec Government has provided $58 million to jump-start the Canadian Asbestos Industry," said Richard Lemen, PhD, MSPH, Assistant Surgeon General, USPHS (Ret.
Mills believes that the title "National Nurse" will be unique and recognizable and presently few really understand or know of the important roles that the Chief Nurse Officer of the USPHS performs.
The Association provides families of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Commissioned Corps of the USPHS and NOAA with information, work to get them the benefits they deserve, and offer programs that improve their lives.
Because of this connection, the USPHS can rely on the high-quality education provided by EHAC programs and in turn provides many internships that are available exclusively to undergraduates from EHAC-accredited programs.
Pedley, PharmD, MS, CDR, USPHS, Director, Office of Pharmacy Affairs, Health Resources and Services Administration will speak at the Knowledge Congress' webcast entitled: “The 340B Drug Pricing Program Explored: A 2013 Perspective.