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- An interagency working group of scientific and technical information organizations from major U.S. government science agencies have collaborated to create science.gov, the "FirstGov for Science" web site. It provides a gateway to reliable information about science and technology from across federal government organizations. Major types of information included are selected authoritative science Web sites and databases of technical reports, journal citations, conference proceedings, and fact sheets.
- v. 1-, 2014- Naturev. 1-, 2014- PubMed CentralScientific Data, a peer-reviewed, online-only, open-access publication, publishes datasets that might not normally get into the open and increases the discoverability and reusability of datasets. Data Descriptors, the primary article type, describe previously unpublished datasets and expand on previous publications.
- 1973/90-1973/92, 1973/96-1973/97. Google BooksFulltext (1973/91) Google BooksFulltext (1973/92) Google BooksFulltext (1973/96) Google BooksAlso available: Print – 1973/90-1973/92, 1973/96-1973/97.
- 2006 SpringerStephen E. Fienberg, David C. Hoaglin, editors.
- 2014 SpringerAgota Szende, Bas Janssen, Juan Cabases, editors.Introduction / Juan M. Cabases and Rosalind Rabin -- Data and Methods / Bas Janssen, Agota Szende, and Juan Manuel Ramos-Goni -- Population Norms for the EQ-5D / Bas Janssen and Agota Szende -- Cross-Country Analysis of EQ-5D Data / Agota Szende and Bas Janssen -- Socio-demographic Indicators based on EQ-5D / Agota Szende and Bas Janssen -- Annex 1: EQ-5D population norms - National surveys -- Annex 2: EQ-5D population norms - Regional surveys -- References -- Index.
- Also available: Print – v. 24, .
- v. 1-4, 1976.R.A.M. Case ... [et al.].v. 1. England and Wales, 1911-70 : Deaths and death rates by sex, age, site, and calendar period.
- 2013[Alexandra Ernst].Shared decision making has the potential to help achieve better health and better care at a lower cost by giving health care consumers the tools they need to partner with their health care providers to make decisions based on medical evidence and personal preferences. Encouraging shared decision making is especially important because Americans are paying more and more for their health care, often with little say in the type of care they receive. Patients rarely know or understand all of their options. As a result, they often receive care that is based more on their provider's habits than their own preferences. Patients who are more involved in their health care are happier with their health care decisions and are more likely to follow treatment plans, which can lead to better health outcomes. It is important for advocates to be involved in the development of shared decision-making programs to ensure that they improve health and quality of care for all consumers. This brief provides an overview of shared decision making and answers key questions about how it can improve patient care, how to design a good shared decision-making program, and how shared decision making fits into a more patient-centered health care system.
- A leading significance analysis tool for microarray gene expression measurements.
- 2011Susannah Fox.This report sets out to illuminate the different ways people seek health information as well as how people use online social tools to share knowledge with loved ones, fellow patients, and caregivers.
- 2014by Michael E. Porter and Scott Stern ; with Michael Green.Measures national progress in delivering social and environmental value to citizens. Includes statistical rankings by country in various areas, including health and wellbeing. It is designed as a complement to GDP and other economic indicators to provide a more holistic understanding of countries' overall performance.
- v. 1-, 1938- USAGovv. 53-, 1990- Acad Search PremAlso available: Print – v. 43-67, 1980-2007.
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- v. 1-8, 1974-81. Sage
- Specialty and geographic distribution of the physician workforce-- What influences medical student and resident choices?2009[the Robert Graham Center: Policy Studies in Family Medicine and Primary Care ; Robert L. Phillips, Jr., Martey S. Dodoo, Stephen Petterson, Imam Xierali, Andrew Bazemore, Bridget Teevan, Keisa Bennett, Cindy Legagneur, JoAnn Rudd ; and Julie Phillips, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine ; Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation Grant B07-09 ...].1. What We Know About Factors Affecting Medical Student & Resident Career Decisions -- 2. Study Aims, Questions, Methods, Limitations -- 3. Outcomes of Current Physician Training -- 4. Debt -- 5. Title VII Effect, Personal Interests, and Experiences in Medical School -- 6. Return on Investment -- 7. Conclusions and Recommendations -- Appendices.
- Duck Room Version 22 (Windows)Redwood Room Version 22 (Windows)M051 Version 22 (Windows)Program that allows the user to do statistical analysis.
- Duck Room Version 14 (Windows)Redwood Room Version 14 (Windows)Statistical analysis package that supports all typical biomedical statistical tests, as well as generating graphical displays of results
- 2000 NCI"All known local tobacco control ordinances in the US that have one or more of the following provisions--clean indoor air, youth access, or restrictions on tobacco advertising and promotion."Also available: Print – 2000
- 2004 Google BooksDouglas Wright.Also available: Print – 2004
- 2005, 2008. Children's Defense LeagueAlso available: Print – 2004.
- 2015Jeffery Levi, Laura M. Segal, Jack Rayburn, Alejandra Martin.This year, RWJF announced an additional commitment of $500 million over the next 10 years to expand efforts to help all children grow up at a healthy weight. One of the biggest lessons learned is the importance of starting off in childhood -- to set the course and stay on track for a lifetime of better health. Building on key areas of work and progress accomplished, this commitment will focus on five big bets: Ensure that all children enter kindergarten at a healthy weight; Make a healthy school environment the norm and not the exception across the United States; Make physical activity a part of the every-day experience for children and youth; Make healthy foods and beverages the affordable, available and desired choice in all neighborhoods and communities; and Eliminate the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages among 0- to 5-year-olds.
- 2014 American Lung AssociationThe State of the Air 2014 report looks at levels of ozone and particle pollution found in official monitoring sites across the United States in 2010, 2011, and 2012. The report uses the most current quality-assured nationwide data available for these analyses.
- 1997- UNICEFAlso available: Print – <2016>Also available: Print – 1986, 1993-2009, 2011-15
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- 1994.Data tables rank U.S. states on topics relating to demographics, economics, finances, taxes, spending and employment, Federal Government fiscal matters, education, welfare and social services, health, crime and law enforcement, transportation, natural resources, science and technology, labor, management, and local government.
- Provides access to statistics and studies gathered by market researchers, trade organizations, scientific publications, and government sources on over 600 industries.
- 1992.Tables show worldwide sales of pharmaceuticals, drug research and development expenditures, drug development times, treatment cost comparisons, and the value of pharmaceuticals in improving health care and reducing the costs of illness.
- prepared by the staffs of the International Cooperation and Geographic Studies Branch, Fograrty International Center, and the Division of Research Grants.Also available: Print – 1972.
- 2015This report provides data on women's health status in the United States, beginning with a composite index of women's health that includes nine indicators covering chronic disease, sexual health, mental health, and physical health. It analyzes data on additional aspects of women's health, including behavioral measures such as smoking, exercise, and diet, and preventive health care measures such as mammograms, pap tests, and screenings for HIV. In addition, the report examines how women's health status has improved or declined in these areas in recent years. It also notes places where women's health status varies by race/ethnicity and age and examines the health status of those who identify as a sexual minority .
- 2013While Americans think it is important that health care focuses on issues related to stress and living healthier lifestyles, their experiences do not seem to match up with what they value. For example, though 32 percent of Americans say it is very/extremely important to talk with their health care providers about stress management, only 17 percent report that these conversations are happening often or always.
- 2014 American Psychological AssociationWhile the United States spends more than any other country on health care and leads the world in the quality and quantity of its health research, these trends do not add up to better health outcomes. he U.S. experiences poorer health outcomes than many other high-income countries, even while spending more money per person on health care. Compared to peers in these countries, Americans have less access to primary care, consume the most calories per person and are more likely to live in environments designed around automobiles. Research suggests that these factors contribute to the nation's poor health outcomes and survey findings show that stress influences our health behaviors, setting up teens and adults alike for potential chronic illnesses that affect quality of life and the country's health care expenditure.
- 2016A wealth of psychological research shows that discrimination can exacerbate stress. Moreover, discrimination-related stress is linked to mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression, even in children.1,2 In this year's examination of the state of Stress in America?, the American Psychological Association (APA) highlights the connection between discrimination and stress, along with the resulting impacts on relationships, employment and overall health.
- 1980/96-Also available: Print – 1980/96, 1998-2001.
- A premier source for cancer statistics in the United States. SEER collects information on incidence, survival, and prevalence from specific geographic areas representing 26 percent of the US population and compiles reports on all of these plus cancer mortality for the entire US.
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