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Acknowledgments The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) would like to thank Dr. Julia Quint of the California Department of Public Health, who originated the project concept, established the contract under which OEHHA carried out this work, and provided ongoing input on issues related to occupational health. OEHHA also thanks Dr.… (More)
The aim of the study was to see whether the use of a computer to issue prescriptions in conjunction with a computerised, customized drug formulary affects prescribing costs. Data on prescribing costs were obtained from the Scottish Prescription Pricing Bureau for 1978-87. A microcomputer system was introduced into the practice in 1983 and used initially to… (More)
with whom the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment contracted through the University of California Office of the President for their peer reviews of the public health goal documents, and gratefully acknowledge the comments received from all interested parties. This Public Health Goal (PHG) technical support document provides information on… (More)
The theme for the 1994 Operating Room Nurse Week in the United States was, "We cannot change the wind, but we can adjust the sails." For the sailor, the wind is a powerful force. It must be constantly monitored and the sails adjusted to keep the vessel on course. Occasionally, if conditions are severe, the course may have to be altered.