ASTHO

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ASTHOAssociation of State and Territorial Health Officials
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The National Governors Association similarly funded four states through a Learning Network on Improving Birth Outcomes to engage in concerted efforts to meet the ASTHO challenge.
The authors thank NACCHO and ASTHO for providing access to the data.
The number of women reported by ASTHO to have received prenatal care from MCH block grant-funded agencies in fiscal year 1983 in the study States are shown in Table 3.
A joint workgroup of ASTHO and the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) members and staff and CDC representatives convened by telephone in early April 2003.
As to the rebates, they are designed to make the patches more readily accessible to smokers who want to quit but lack access to the ASTHO program.
Another example were the ASTHO and NACCHO liaisons we embedded in our CDC Emergency Operations Center.
Fitzgerald, who is also president-elect of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, said ASTHO is recommending Congress continue Zika funding at its current levels for at least three more years, as experts believe a vaccine is still years away.
The climate Change; Mastering the Public Health Rob" is a six-part educational series cosponsored by the APHA, NACCHO, ASTHO, and SOPHE.
44) In addition to activities described in the CDC guidance, the ASTHO document contains a checklist of additional tasks in pandemic planning, including:
ASTHO is the national non-profit organization representing the public health agencies of the United States, the U.
We have been concerned for some time that an aging state agency workforce would be retiring," said APHA member Paul Jarris, MD, MBA, former executive director of ASTHO.