Susan A. Ehrlich

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660 POLICYFORUM W e are in the midst of a revolutionary period in the life sciences. Technological capabilities have dramatically expanded, we have a much improved understanding of the complex biology of selected microorganisms, and we have a much improved ability to manipulate microbial genomes. With this has come unprecedented potential for better control(More)
Biosecurity representing the " public perspective " from 2005 through 2012. During this time, the Board engaged in discussions about the communication of the results of H5N1 research conducted by Drs. Yoshihiro Kawaoka and Ron Fouchier, and she served on the Working Group formed to study the issues as well as on the Board. At the time of this article, the(More)
291 THE RECENT CONTENTIONS that a government scientist was responsible for the 2001 anthrax letter attacks represent a challenge to this country’s resolve to remain a global leader. Our future is inextricably bound with our ability to maintain a pre-eminent role in science, and so it is imperative that our leadership and citizenry have the confidence in(More)
In an economic-oriented, competitive health care environment, middle level nurse managers must now perform their roles with a higher level of managerial and leadership skills than previously required. A systematic, consistent approach to the development of nurse managers will assist them in meeting role responsibilities. The authors describe a management(More)
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