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Number and Percent of Births of Low Birthweight, Number and Percent of Women Beginning Prenatal Care in First Trimester, And Number and Percent Receiving Late or No Care by Race and Hispanic Origin of Mother for Cities of 100,000 or More : Unit

By: Department of Health and Human Services
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Live Births by Place of Delivery, And Attendant, According to Race and Hispanic Origin : United States, Selected Years, 1975-98

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Live Births by Place of Delivery and Attendant, According to Race and Hispanic Origin : United States, Selected Years, 1975-97

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Birth Rates by Age of Father and Race : United States, 1940, 1950, And 1960-2000

By: Department of Health and Human Services
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Number of Births to Unmarried Women by Race and Hispanic Origin of Mother, By Age of Mother and Percents by Race and Hispanic Origin of Mother for Metropolitan Areas of the United States : 1995

By: Department of Health and Human Services
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Number of Births to Unmarried Women by Race and Hispanic Origin of Mother by Age of Mother and Percents by Race and Hispanic Origin of Mother for Cities of 100,000 or More : United States, 1998

By: Department of Health and Human Services
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Cdc/Niosh Recommended Outline for Preparation of Tpg Competing New/Renewal Training

By: Department of Health and Human Services

...(for competing continuation applications only.) 4. Complete Statistical Reports in Appendices B, C & D 5. Complete Curriculum, Trainee, and Publ... ...in Appendices B, C & D 5. Complete Curriculum, Trainee, and Publication Reports in Appendices E, F, and G VI. Appendices A. Biographical Sk...

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Cdc/Atsdr Procedures for Protection of Human Research Participants : 2003

By: Department of Health and Human Services

...ual and which the individual can reasonably expect will not be made public (e.g., a medical record). Private information must be individually ident... ...meetings; 2. processing new protocols, amendments, continuing review, adverse event reports, and deferrals; 3. handling protocol closures, and suspe... ... and IRB of any unanticipated serious adverse events (SAEs); 7. responding to IRB reports in a timely manner; 8. ensuring that collaborators/co... ... an explanation as to whether any compensation and an explanation as to whether any medical treatments are available if injury occurs and, if so, wh... ...ropriate by the Board; however, investigators may notice that more responses to IRB reports are being returned to convened boards for final review an... ... procedures described above for reporting of UAEs will also be followed for any SAE reports. IRB Records Management The HSA (Atlanta), the IRB ... ...ized under applicable state or local law to consent on behalf of a child to general medical care. The IRB must determine whether the permission of ... ...ng into account such factors as the nature of the research and the age, status, and medical condition of potential participants, the IRB must determi... ...s that are reasonably commensurate with those inherent in their actual, or expected medical, dental, psychological, social, or educational situation...

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Cdc Trials of Daily Oral Tenofovir for Preventing Hiv Infection

By: Department of Health and Human Services

...o are infected during the trial are quickly referred to the best available medical and psychosocial services, participants will receive free rapid hiv... ...l be referred to local health care providers or public programs for needed medical and social services. To help guide treatment decisions and to dete... ...red throughout the trial, and participants will be linked to any necessary medical care as needed. In addition to scheduled reviews of safety data by ... ...ngoing basis. Although tenofovir has an excellent safety profile, potential medical risks include minor side effects such as nausea, rash and gastroint...

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Cdc Report Regarding Selected Public Health Topics Affecting Women's Health

By: Department of Health and Human Services

...C) Atlanta, GA 30333 May 11, 2001 / Vol. 50 / No. RR-6 Recommendations and Reports Centers for Disease Control and Prevention .................. Jeff... ......... John W. Ward, M.D. Director Editor, MMWR Series Recommendations and Reports ..................................Suzanne M. Hewitt, M.P .A. Managi... ...in Study Research Group. Prevention of neural tube defects: results of the Medical Research Council Vitamin Study. Lancet 1991;338:131–7. 8. Czeizel A... ...n HIV reporting was implemented. Cases were ascertained by soliciting case reports from institutions and health-care providers as well as laboratory r... ...istries; and b) the abstraction of information on pairs from all available medical charts, including the mother’s prenatal care chart, HIV clinic char... ...tal care providers counsel and test pregnant women for HIV? North Carolina Medical Journal 1998;59:105–9. 14. Revised U.S. Public Health Service recom... ... from HARS. In most instances, exposure risk information in HARS came from medical records; how- ever, in some states, risk information obtained durin... ...64) 783 ( 66) Total † 410 (100) 638 (100) 249 (100) 1,297 (100) * Based on reports in the HIV/AIDS Reporting System (HARS). † Some categories might no... ...). If exposure risk information was obtained from SHAS interviews and from medical chart reviews on a representative sample of cases in all states wit...

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Cdc Procedures for Protection of Human Research Participants

By: Department of Health and Human Services

...nation as to whether any compensation and an explanation as to whether any medical treatments are available if injury occurs and, if so, what they con... ...icipation in the research, when compared to the general living conditions, medical care, quality of food, amenities and opportunity for earnings in th... ... any of the presumptive signs of pregnancy, such as missed menses, or by a medically acceptable pregnancy test), until expulsion or extraction of the ... ...ontaneous or induced delivery), to survive (given the benefit of available medical therapy) to the point of independently maintaining heart beat and r... ... 46.402(a) should be interpreted in conjunction with each state’s general medical consent laws. The mere existence of laws authorizing minors to con... ...ols; minutes of its meetings; a current approved membership list; progress reports submitted by investigators; reports of injuries to participants; co... ...ts or changes submitted to the non-CDC IRB as well as copies of all annual reports on the protocol and certifications of annual IRB review and approva...

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Cdc Institutional Review Board (Irb) Request for Deferral of New Protocol to Another Institutional Irb

By: Department of Health and Human Services

...RB Approval Attached, Pending or Deferring to CDC (Copies of all IRB reports are required to be on file) 1. ...

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Cdc Information Council Meeting Minutes September 26, 2002, 3 : 00P. M. -5 : 00P. M. Executive Park 35, Room 3500

By: Department of Health and Human Services

...rson’s file • Work with Lab and morbidity report (observations): Receive lab reports electronically Add, edit, view, and delete observations Use a... ... 1) Transfer ownership of an investigation to another jurisdiction • Prepare reports using system data (Standard and Custom) • Manage system securi... ... representatives –Documentation and maintenance of Intranet site with meeting reports and minutes as appropriate –Procedures for handling paper doc...

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Live Births by Birthweight, Percent Low Birthweight and Very Low Birthweight, By Plurality, By Race and Hispanic Origin Mother : United States, 1999

By: Department of Health and Human Services
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Live Births by Birthweight, Percent Low Birthweight and Very Low Birthweight, By Plurality, By Race and Hispanic Origin

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Number and Percent of Births of Low Birthweight, Number and Percent of Women Beginning Prenatal Care in First Trimester, And Number and Percent Receiving Late or No Care by Race and Hispanic Origin of Mother for Cities of 100,000 or More : Unit

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Number and Percent of Births of Low Birthweight, And Number and Percent of Women Beginning Prenatal Care in First Trimester, And Number and Percent Receiving Late or No Care by Race and Hispanic Origin of Mother for Cities of 100,000 or More :

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Number and Percent of Births of Low Birthweight, And Number and Percent of Women Beginning Prenatal Care in First Trimester, And Number and Percent Receiving Late or No Care by Race and Hispanic Origin of Mother for Cities of 100,000 or More :

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Number and Percent of Births of Low Birthweight, And Number and Percent of Women Beginning Prenatal Care in First Trimester, And Number and Percent Receiving Late or No Care by Race and Hispanic Origin of Mother for Cities of 100,000 or More :

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Live Births by Place of Delivery, And Attendant, According to Race and Hispanic Origin : United States, Selected Years, 1975-96

By: Department of Health and Human Services
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