AMESH

AcronymDefinition
AMESHAdaptive Methodology for Ecosystem Sustainability and Health
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Amesh Adalja, a representative of the Infectious Diseases Society of America.
Amesh Adalja, an infectious-disease specialist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center who reviewed some of the records, said the care after Duncan's second ER visit was "impeccable." Dallas physicians immediately signaled concern about Ebola and "spared no measure to try to keep him alive."
Desafiados por essa realidade, os pesquisadores construiram uma metodologia adaptativa para a sustentabilidade dos ecossistemas e saude (AMESH), baseada na teoria dos sistemas autoorganizados, holarquicos e abertos (SOHO).
Amesh Adalja, MD, FACP, clinical assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh (PA) Medical Center said, "A.
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Murray T Kay J Waltner-Toews D Raez-Luna E 1999 Adaptive Methodology for Ecosystem Sustainability and Health (AMESH): An Introduction Presented to Conservation Medicine Conference White Oak Conservation Centre Florida 29 April-2 May.
Former provincial minister for minority affairs Ambroz John, director CP&D Nasrullah Barech, Amesh Kumar advocate and others also spoke on the occasion.
Amesh Adalja's assertions that it is puritanical to disagree with a mass prescription to immunize all girls against HPV ("Puritanical Ideas Are Perilous," Letters, April 1, p.
"Adaptive Methodology for Ecosystem Sustainability and Health (AMESH): An Introduction," in Community Operational Research: Systems Thinking for Community Development, G.