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Having identified a need to develop the knowledge and skills of health care professionals in palliative care, a specialist team from a primary care trust set up a fast-track training programme. This consists of an academic module, a four-week secondment to palliative care settings and a project undertaken in the workplace to bring about a change in(More)
Industry Representative (non-voting): Theodore Reiss, M.D. was invited but unable to attend due to an urgent family matter. meeting of the Pulmonary-Allergy Drugs Advisory Committee and that these minutes accurately reflect what transpired. A verbatim transcript will be available in approximately two weeks, sent to the Division and posted on the FDA website(More)
* Items listed with an asterisk (*) will be discussed in committee and action may be taken in the plenary session. 1. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION: Committee Chair Brenda Holmes indicated that State Senator Chris Lauzen had been present at the meeting earlier to speak during the public participation time, but was unable to stay when the previous committee ran long.(More)
* Items listed with an asterisk (*) will be discussed in committee and action may be taken in the plenary session. 1. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION: Marla Harp of ROE #21 and Ewing Grade School was present with three students also from Ewing Grade School. They were in Springfield on their 8 th Grade Class Trip and wanted to stop by the ISBE Board meeting to voice(More)
  • Chris Ward
  • 2003
Until mid-2003, the audit tool developed at the Australian National University to measure compliance with the International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights had not been tested in a developing country. This article describes the process and preliminary findings from the application of the audit in Cambodia. Of particular interest was the willingness(More)