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A study of pregnancy outcomes in a maternity center and a tertiary care hospital. G Baruffi , W S Dellinger, Jr , D M Stobino , A Rudolph , R Y Timmons and A Ross This study compares 796 pregnancy outcomes at a maternity center (BMC) with 804 hospital (TJUH) pregnancy outcomes. The samples of...
Italian occupational health: concepts, conflicts, implications. M R Reich and R H Goldman This paper examines Italy's worker-based model for occupational health, especially its key concepts and its relation to social conflict. It briefly reviews the history of three approaches to occupational...
Longitudinal study of occurrence of diarrheal disease in day care centers. P Sullivan , W E Woodward , L K Pickering and H L DuPont Sixty day care centers (DCC) randomly selected from 736 licensed child care facilities in Harris County (Houston), Texas were surveyed for the incidence of diarrhea...
Consensus methods: characteristics and guidelines for use. A Fink , J Kosecoff , M Chassin and R H Brook Consensus methods are being used increasingly to solve problems in medicine and health. Their main purpose is to define levels of agreement on controversial subjects. Advocates suggest that,...
Survey of health department-based environmental epidemiology programs. S C Lapham and S P Castle A survey of state epidemiologists in all 50 states and New York City was conducted between October 1982 and January 1983 to determine which states had existing programs in environmental epidemiology....
Needs assessment under the Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant: Massachusetts. B Guyer , L Schor , K P Messenger , B Prenney and F Evans The Massachusetts maternal and child health (MCH) agency has developed a needs assessment process which includes four components: a statistical...
Playground equipment injuries in a large, urban school district. W T Boyce , S Sobolewski , L W Sprunger and C Schaefer We studied the epidemiologic features of playground equipment-related injuries occurring in a large, urban school district over a two-year period. Nurses in each of the...
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