Thomas D Manning

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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)
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)
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