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Describes the television program "Affluenza" which is broadcast by PBS and produced by KCTS Seattle and Oregon Public Broadcasting.

The Epidemic Of Teen Pregnancy An American Tragedy

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1434920607
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There is a teen program which has been incorporated into a local high school in
the Blair County area of Pennsylvania. This program originated approximately 30
years ago (late 1970's). This program originated through a dedicated teacher
who led an alternative night school program for pregnant teens. Many of these
girls felt ostracized by going to school at night and wanted to be more included in
the regular school setting. This particular high school started to run a block
schedule ...

The Aids Research Program Of The National Institutes Of Health

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Research resources also include NIH's apparatus for reviewing research grant
and contract applications and proposals for technical merit and program need, as
well as the agency's own staffing and facilities. Funding of AIDS Research The
committee reviewed carefully the size and composition of the NIH AIDS budget,
aware of a general perception that the epidemic is receding and that the current
level of effort is adequate. The committee finds, however, that the epidemic of HIV

The Epidemic

Author: Suzanne Young
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481444697
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The journey brings Quinn to Arthur’s daughter, Virginia, who tells Quinn the truth about Pritchard’s motives. The former closer will start to see that she is the first step in fighting an epidemic.

In The Shadow Of The Epidemic

Author: Walt Odets
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822316381
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The programs themselves do not speak of paying retribution, but this does not
preclude a psychological interpretation about how some men appear to use them
. Related to the paying of retribution through abstinence is the use of abstinence,
usually unconsciously, to avoid both long-standing and epidemic-reactive
psychological issues. Abstinence may be used both indirectly and directly to
avoid psychological conflict. For example, guilt and conflict about one's
homosexuality may be ...

Hiv Aids

Author: Jess T. Ford
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 9780788179624
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Usaid and U.N. Response to the Epidemic in the Developing World Jess T. Ford.
Introduction The U.N.'s goal in creating Unaids was to lead a broad-based,
expanded, worldwide effort to prevent the transmission of Hiv/aids. Unaids is
composed of a Secretariat and six U.N. agency cosponsors: the United Nations
Children's Fund (unicef); the United Nations Development Program (undp); the
United Nations Population Fund (unfpa); the United Nations Educational,
Scientific, and ...

Ending The Epidemic Of Child Abuse

Author: Robert Anthony
ISBN: 0557026911
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Unless you find what they call a sponsor who has dealt with these issues, the
twelve step programs aren't designed to help in these areas, but they do endorse
and encourage that we get help outside of AA to deal with these problems. The
Twelve-Step Programs are not programs based in REBT but instead use the
same principles as REBT and some of PST's principles. They do suggest a
manner of living that requires rigorous honesty, but their main emphasis is on
changing our ...

Operations Research And Health Care

Author: Margaret L. Brandeau
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402076299
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contact rate) can change nonlinearly as a function of investment in an epidemic
control program. These models have the following general form. Assume that n
different prevention programs are available, with total funds B that can be
invested. Let v, denote the investment that is made in prevention program /, i=1,...,
n, and let v = (vi, v2, ..., vn). Denote the upper limit on investment in program i by k
, i = 1, ..., n. Let IA(v) denote the number of infections that are averted over the
time horizon ...

Public Health Administration

Author: Lloyd F. Novick
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780763735227
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... and provide a linkage between traditional public health organizations and
communities with special needs.1 More importantly, ASOs and CBOs are able to
develop HIV prevention programs that are tailored to their target populations.
Over time, the geography and topography of the HIV/ AIDS epidemic has
changed, resulting in the need to create innovative HIV prevention programs to
reach populations at greatest risk.2-3 Early in the epidemic, factual knowledge
concerning risk for ...

Infectious Disease Surveillance

Author: Nkuchia M. M'ikanatha
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118543521
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This chapter discusses the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (
CDC) Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) (US Department of Health and Human
Services), a 2-year training and service program with a focus on applied
epidemiology [1], and a European program modeled after the EIS. The EIS
program emphasizes the public health practice of epidemiology and plays a
critical role in developing practitioners experienced in the most current methods
of public health ...