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Table of Contents: The basics of epidemiology -- Principles of statistics -- Causality in epidemiology -- Epidemiologic data -- Sample size, power, and probability sampling -- Measures of frequency and association -- Disease surveillance and screening -- Designing epidemiologic research -- Descript…
Introduction to mixed methods research for nursing and the health sciences -- Does mixed methods constitute a change in paradigm? -- Designs for mixed methods research -- Managing mixed methods projects -- Data collection in mixed methods research -- Analysing mixed methods data -- From rigour to t…
Contents: Taking a Life course Approach -- Community Risk Factors -- Prenatal Risk Factors -- Ntal Risk Factors -- Early Childhood Risk Factors -- Children and Adolescent Risk Factors -- Adulthoos and the Elderly Risk Factors -- The Burden of Diabetes in Aboriginal Peoples -- The Burden of Cardiov…
The pamphlet provides information on how to create guidelines on sexual issues for children and youth with disabilities.
Contents: Introduction to quantitative decision-making methods in health care management -- Forecasting -- Decision making in health care facilities -- Facility location - - Facility layout -- Reengineering -- Staffing -- Scheduling -- Productivity -- Resource allocation -- Supply chain and invento…
This book is a compilation of examples of policy deployment and demonstrates how company vision is converted into individual responsibility. It contains practical guidelines, 150 charts and diagrams, and five case studies that illustrate the procedures of Hoshin Kanri. The six steps to advanced pro…
Table of Contents: ; General organizational policies -- Infection prevention and safety compliance -- Vascular access device placement -- Site care and maintenance -- Infusion-related complications : identification & intervention -- Other infusion-related procedures -- Other infusion access -- Infu…
proceedings of a symposium held in Oxford, 4-6 July 1983
Numerous studies, inquiries, and statistics accumulated over the years have demonstrated the poor health status of Aboriginal peoples relative to the Canadian population in general. Aboriginal Health in Canada is about the complex web of physiological, psychological, spiritual, historical, sociolog…