Office of Social Services Policy
Much research is performed to evaluate public-health programs, clinical practices, and the effects of innovations. 50
Whether or not they are to be considered "research," a classic category of investigations have to do with coping with disease outbreaks and epidemics, and with other emerging or emergency threats.
MEMORANDUM FROM THE SECRETARY August 26, 1998 TO: Heads of Operating Divisions Heads of Staff Divisions SUBJECT: HHS Policy for Changing the Population Standard for Age Adjusting Death Rates
ABA (American Bar Association). 1983. Board and Care Report: An Analysis of State Laws and Programs Serving Elderly Persons and Disabled Adults . Report to the Department of Health and Human Services. Washington, DC. Avorn, J., P. Dreyer, K. Connely, and S.B. Soumerai. 1989. Use of psychoactive medication and the quality of care in rest homes.
1 1975 data conveyed to staff of the Privacy Protection Study Commission by staff at the National Center for Health Statistics. 2 National Center for Health Statistics, Health: United States 1975, (Rockville, Maryland: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1975), p. 3. 3 Section 5(c)(2)A) of the Privacy Act of 1974 authorized the
Reasons for Measuring Poverty in the United States in the Context of Public Policy — A Historical Review, 1916-1995. The Period Leading Up to the War on Poverty
In December 1959, the Joint Economic Committee of Congress published a paper on the low-income population by Robert Lampman, an economics professor at the University of Wisconsin at Madison; the paper was prepared in connection with a Committee study of employment, growth, and price levels. 27 The paper had been requested by the Committee,
Reasons for Measuring Poverty in the United States in the Context of Public Policy — A Historical Review, 1916-1995. The New Deal Era
After the above late-Progressive-Era report, there were essentially no federal documents with quantitative information on the low-income or poverty population until the Depression and the New Deal.
Reasons for Measuring Poverty in the United States in the Context of Public Policy — A Historical Review, 1916-1995
The views expressed in this paper are those of the author and do not represent the position of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. August 1999, revised June 2000
Joshua M. Wiener, PhD, Sarita L. Karon, PhD, Mary McGinn-Shapiro, MPP, Brieanne Lyda-McDonald, MS, and Trini Thach, BS RTI International Diane Justice, MA, Scott Holladay, MPA, and Kimm Mooney, BA National Academy for State Health Policy Mary Sowers, BA National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disability Services August 2015
Background/Objectives We interviewed the following individuals during our site visit to Washington State: Dorothy Canavan, Lab Manager, Dynacare Jon Counts, Dr.P.H., Director, Public Health Laboratories Jac Davies, Health Services Administrator, Public Health Laboratories Daniel Jernigan, Medical Epidemiologist, Public Health Laborator
Because our subject matter has not been widely studied, we initiated a broad literature review consisting of four components: (1) search of peer reviewed literature; (2) search of grey literature; (3) internet search; and (4) review of the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR). We also accessed literature by asking our interviewees fo
Overview The state's adult day services licensing standards, developed after the legislature approved licensing authority in 2003, are currently voluntary due to lack of funding for the licensing agency to administer the licensing process. However, the Division of Aging Services has standards that must be met by providers in the statewide agin
Regulatory Review of Adult Day Services: Final Report SECTION 2. STATE REGULATORY PROFILES
Amato, P. R. (1999). Children of divorced parents as young adults. In E. M. Hetherington (Ed.), Coping With Divorce, Single Parenting, and Remarriage (pp. 147-164). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Amato, P. R. (1996). Explaining the intergenerational transmission of divorce. Journal of Marriage and the Family , 58, 628-640. Amat
Pew Research Center (2006). More Americans Discussing -- and Planning -- End-of-Life Treatment . Available at http://people-press.org/reports/display.php3?PageID=1029.
Advance Care Planning and Public Engagement. A. Coalitions/Advocacy Organizations’ Attempts to Address Advance Care Planning
Over the course of the last ten years, state and local community-based coalitions from more than two dozen states sponsored a variety of initiatives to promote advance care planning, primarily devoted to consumers. 65 Education was focused on encouraging completion of advance care planning documents in compliance with existing state statutes.
Myra J. Christopher and John G. Carney Center for Practical Bioethics
Predictors of Job Satisfaction and Intent to Leave among Home Health Workers: An Analysis of the National Home Health Aide Survey. References
Ashley, A., Butler, S.S., & Fishwick, N. (2010). Home-care-aides voices from the field: Job experiences of personal support specialists--the Maine Home Care Worker Retention Study. Home Healthcare Nurse, 28(7), 399. Banazak-Holl, J., & Hines, M.A. (1996). Factors associated with nursing home staff turnover. The Gerontologist, 36, 512–5