Listing of Abstract Titles Adverse Events Associated With Childhood Vaccines--Evidence Bearing on Causality Meeting the Nation's Needs for Biomedical and Behavioral Scientists Evaluating the Effects of School-Based Intervention Programs To Prevent Teenager Drug Use and Abuse Evaluation of NIH-Funded Condom Research Phase I: Eval
Listing of Abstract Titles An Assessment of Emergency Medical Services Evaluation of Home Care Services in the Aberdeen Area Evaluation of Maternal and Child Health Data Health Promotion and Aging: Improving the Understanding of Geriatric Patients Related to Medications and Their Proper Use IHS Indirect Cost Study Interventi
MISSION: To discover and disseminate new knowledge leading to improved health for all Americans. NIH Evaluation Program Evaluation is an integral part of the role of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the support of biomedical research, training, and public education. Evaluation studies are undertaken to ensure that
MISSION: To improve health by assuring quality health care to underserved, vulnerable populations and by promoting a primary care and public health workforce.
Highlights This study addressed the role of school health programs in improving academic performance. It described the available evaluation literature, analyzed the benefits and limitations of alternative research designs, and offered two major approaches to the design of an evaluation. With this guidance, schools can justify not only
Performance Improvement 1995. Developing Effective Health Communication Strategies for High-Risk Youth Outside of School
Highlights This study assessed the knowledge and attitudes of high-risk youth who regularly engage in practices such as tobacco use, substance use, unprotected sex, and violence. High-risk youth were found to be fairly knowledgeable about healthy practices, yet they do not incorporate this awareness into practice. Their willingness to
In addition to NPR and GPRA, PHS must be responsive to public health issues of the future. Public health has an opportunity to change the American health care system, shifting its focus toward protecting and improving health. This opportunity to reinvent public health is the theme of the PHS Strategic Plan for FY 1995. The plan centers
The policies and management of the PHS Evaluation Program, carried out on a regular basis by the PHS Agencies and coordinated by OASH, involve five basic functions:
P erformance Improvement 1995: Evaluation Activities of the Public Health Service is the first annual report on evaluation activities of the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS). As a report to Congress, it summarizes the findings of PHS evaluations completed in fiscal year (FY) 1994.
Performance Improvement 1995: Evaluation Activities of the Public Health Service is the first annual report on evaluation activities of the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS). As a report to Congress, it summarizes the findings of PHS evaluations completed in fiscal year (FY) 1994. In general, the report is intended for three audiences: decisionmake
Mission To sponsor and conduct medical research that leads to better health for all Americans.
Mission To sponsor and conduct medical research that leads to better health for all Americans. Evaluation Program
Performance Improvement 2004. Strategies for Addressing Asthma Within a Coordinated School Health Program
This document is a manual discussing asthma wellness in schools which outlines best practices and policies for an asthma wellness and education program in the context of a school health program. A healthy student is a student ready to learn. Asthma-friendly schools are those that make the effort to create safe and supportive learning environments
Performance Improvement 2004. Resource Document: National Survey of Physical Activity and Physical Fitness in Youth
This project collected relevant information regarding the design, development and conduct of surveys of physical fitness and physical activity among children and adolescents, and to synthesize and summarize this information into a final report.
13 Indicators of Quality Child Care: Research Update
Evaluation of Personnel Delegations: Year Five Report
Scientific and Engineering Research Facilities
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) generates scientific knowledge that leads to improved health. This is done by conducting medical research in its intramural laboratories and by supporting research in universities, medical and health professional schools, and other health research organizations. NIH fosters the widespread dissemination of th
The development of an integrated K-12 science curriculum focusing on diabetes, by eight Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), is targeted at increasing Tribal children’s understanding of diabetes, enhancing understanding of science, and ultimately encouraging Tribal children to enter health science professions. This is a complex task requirin