Author: Anthony Thomas Kruzas
Release Date: 1985
A guide to associations, agencies, companies, institutions, research centers, hospitals, clinics, treatment centers, educational programs, publications, audiovisuals, databases, libraries, and information services in clinical medicine, basic biomedical sciences, and the technological and socioeconomic aspects of health care.
5,600 Exam Prep questions and answers. Ebooks, Textbooks, Courses, Books Simplified as questions and answers by Rico Publications. Very effective study tools especially when you only have a limited amount of time. They work with your textbook or without a textbook and can help you to review and learn essential terms, people, places, events, and key concepts.
Author: Clifford Goodman
Publisher: National Academies
Release Date: 1988-01-01
Genre: Medical technology
Includes profiles of assessment programs from professional, scientific, and industry associations, biomedical research institutions, educational institutions, government advisory bodies, regulatory agencies, third party payers, policy institutes, and for-profit organizations and citations of their respective assessment reports. The profiles address the purpose, types of technology assessed, dissemination, and budget of each program.
Author: W. Bernard Lukenbill
Release Date: 2010
Explains how school librarians and teachers can integrate relevant health concepts and life skills throughout the curriculum, and provides ideas for helping students learn health information search and evaluation techniques.
Contents include an introduction on health professionals & other user communities, public health impacts of hazardous substances, & changing trends in health practice; the National Library of Medicine's Toxicology & Environmental Health Information Program, Division of Specialized Information Services, & TEHIP Databases; other toxicology & environmental health information resources. Also, understanding the information needs of health professionals; increasing awareness: training & outreach; accessing & navigating the TEHIP databases; program issues & future directions; glossary & acronyms.
`The definitive guide to Scottish websites.` Scotland`s New Homebuyer This comprehensive and easy-to-use directory provides a one-stop guide to essential addresses on the Internet from a Scottish perspective. The Scottish Web Directory, offers a selection of over 10,000 official sites, top 'household names' and sites of interest to Scottish families, business users, and anyone interested in Scotland Conveniently classified by category, the directory enables both begineers and experienced users alike to find elusive web addresses with ease, saving hours of fruitless searching and surfing on the Internet. Categories include: Arts & Entertainment Business Children Education, Training & Research Food & Drink Government Hobbies & Leisure Living Museums, Libraries & Information Personal Finance Shopping Sport Technology Travel
Author: Council on Health Care Technology
Publisher: National Academies Press
Release Date: 1988-01-15
For the first time, a single reference identifies medical technology assessment programs. A valuable guide to the field, this directory contains more than 60 profiles of programs that conduct and report on medical technology assessments. Each profile includes a listing of report citations for that program, and all the reports are indexed under major subject headings. Also included is a cross-listing of technology assessment report citations arranged by type of technology headings, brief descriptions of approximately 70 information sources of potential interest to technology assessors, and addresses and descriptions of 70 organizations with memberships, activities, publications, and other functions relevant to the medical technology assessment community.
Author: Scott Alan Stewart
Publisher: Stewart Publishing, Inc.
Release Date: 1996-05-01
Contains more than 700 listings of health-related resources found on the Internet (in 1996) including tutorials, search tools, indexes of resources, directories, and instruction from health-related agencies, associations, hospitals, institutes, libraries, medical centers, medical schools, nursing schools, societies, and mailing lists. Subject areas include Allied Health, Dentistry, Diseases and Conditions, Education, Health Promotion, Medicine, Mental Health, Nursing, Public Health and more.