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... The semisynthetic artemisinin partnership among the Institute for One World Health (iOWH), Amyris Biotechnology, and University of California (UC), ... the CEWG report around which there was consensus. One action item, agreed to ... of a few health R&D demonstration projects to address identified gaps ...
nam.edu/perspectives-2013-strengthening-mechanisms-to-prioritize-coordinate-finance-and-execute-rd-to-meet-health-needs-in-developing-countries/ - 193 KB
... talk about combating the impact of ageism on health. One key idea, I think, for  thinking about combating  ... new research in health  disparities, minority health, and health equity; one to look internally and to address our own  ...
nam.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/IG10-transcript_edited.pdf - 326 KB
... to minimize the need to wake patients up, one Cambridge Health Alliance hospital was able to reduce sedative use ... of empathy training in sur- gery residents: A one year follow-up study. ... HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal 5(2):61-79. ...
nam.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Harnessing-Evidence-and-Experience-to-Change-Culture-A-Guiding-Framework-for-Patient-and-Family-Engaged-Care.pdf - 684 KB
... to work with their community partners, including public health.One specific example of an ongoing cross-agency team ... Move Upstream” According to Maggie Bennington-Davis of Health Share (one of Oregon’s CCOs), “The board of directors ...
nam.edu/case-study-medicaid-and-public-health-collaboration-in-oregon/ - 111 KB
... school curricula or has only been found in one course, often public health nursing, at the end of the curricula.There ... do about health equity? I mean, what can one person do about health equity? But the truth of the matter is ...
nam.edu/the-future-of-nursing-podcast/ - 436 KB
... 1960s, and NBS is often considered to be one of public health’s most singular achievements [11]. Most states indicate ... screening of populations is to help maximize public health, then one can argue that whether to screen at all, ...
nam.edu/a-proposed-approach-for-implementing-genomics-based-screening-programs-for-healthy-adults/ - 157 KB
... 1960s, and NBS is often considered to be one of public health’s most singular achieve- ments [11]. Most states ... screening of populations is to help maximize public health, then one can argue that whether to screen at all, ...
nam.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Considering-Genomic-Screening-Programs.pdf - 398 KB
... collaboration, there is a risk of talking past one another.  Health systems are operating within tight margins and need ... be deliberate and limited in priorities at any one time, and build in ... of health executives, academic leaders, and research institutes to create ...
nam.edu/generating-knowledge-from-best-care-advancing-the-continuously-learning-health-system/ - 144 KB
... and chief executive officer of Mount Sinai NYU Health, one of the nation’s largest academic health care organizations. From 1988 to 1998, prior to ...
nam.edu/committee-on-the-future-of-nursing-2020-2030-roster/ - 108 KB
... expectations for preparation of trainees to address CAB health.One exception may be the training of developmental and ... providers within primary care offices, networked connections among health care providers under one entity, contracted referral services to improve access, and ...
nam.edu/workforce-development-to-enhance-the-cognitive-affective-and-behavioral-health-of-children-and-youth-opportunities-and-barriers-in-child-health-care-training/ - 171 KB