Thomas D Manning

Learn More
BACKGROUND Decades of improper disposal of uranium-mining wastes on the Navajo Nation has resulted in adverse human and ecological health impacts as well as socio-cultural problems. As the Navajo people become increasingly aware of the contamination problems, there is a need to develop a risk-communication strategy to properly inform tribal members of the(More)
In September 1998 the University of Massachusetts Medical School, in partnership with a private vendor of correctional health care, began providing mental health services and other services to the Massachusetts Department of Correction. The experience with this partnership demonstrates that the involvement of a medical school with a correctional system has(More)
BACKGROUND The Navajo Nation suffers from a legacy of environmental pollution from historical uranium mining activities, resulting in adverse public health outcomes and continuous exposure. OBJECTIVE Partner with a Navajo graduate student and community members in a field campaign to characterize the spatial distribution and geochemistry of uranium for a(More)
  • T Ethier, J Cooper, +12 authors Leah Westereng
  • 1999
Main entry under title: Inventory methods for forest and grassland songbirds [computer file] (Standards for components of British Columbia's biodiversity ; no. 15) Previously published: Standardized inventory methodologies for components of British Columbia's biodiversity. Forest and grassland songbirds [computer file] 1997. Available through the Internet.(More)
OBJECTIVE A national survey was conducted to determine the extent of consumer empowerment in the public mental health system. METHODS A questionnaire was sent to mental health authorities in all U.S. states and territories asking whether consumer empowerment or responsibility was defined in statutes, regulations, or policies and whether consumers or(More)
  • 1