CEWG

AcronymDefinition
CEWGCommunity Epidemiology Work Group
CEWGCrew Exchange and Training Working Group
CEWGCommunications and Education Working Group
CEWGCommunications-Electronics Working Group
CEWGContainment and Effects Working Group
CEWGCommunications Enterprise Working Group
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To review progress on this count, the federal government established CEWG, comprising secretaries and heads of the health and population welfare departments of all provinces, AJK and Gilgit-Baltistan (GB), representatives of national health services (NHS), planning, development and reform division, international development partners, representatives of civil society and the private sector.
Raja Razzaque said: 'The CEWG Conference, being held under the auspices of AJK government, is part of the quarterly congregations of the CEWG, hosted on rotation basis in all the provinces and regions of the country including AJK - primarily aimed at reiterating the resolve to address the increasing population challenge in Pakistan and AJK,' he concluded.
The concept of a binding R&D treaty as proposed by the CEWG (WHO 2012a:Chapter 6) entails delinking the patent mechanism from the funding of R&D for diseases predominately affecting developing countries.
(8) ISAF ought to endorse and train toward a structure in which civilians lead PRTs, the military supports civilian directors, and all reporting and assessments go through joint civilian-military RC teams up to ISAF headquarters and the broader CEWG in one coherent system.
www.nida.nih.gov/about/organization/CEWG/ CEWGHome.html Established by NIDA in 1976, the Community Epidemiology Work Group (CEWG) provides ongoing community-level surveillance of drug abuse through analysis of quantitative and qualitative research data.
The 1999 Community Epidemiology Work Group report notes that Ecstasy use is rapidly increasing in many parts of the United States and is commonly used by adolescents and young adults at dance clubs and dance parties (CEWG, 2000).
The Community Epidemiology Work Group (CEWG) of NIDA, which has monitored drug use patterns for more than 25 years, bases its annual reports on a number of indicators, including the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse mentioned earlier, the Drug Abuse Warning Network (based on emergency room statistics), Uniform Crime Reports by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and data from the National Institute of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Administration (Hatem, 2001).
The Middle East Drug Use Watch (MEDUW) project, Regional Alcohol and Drug Abuse Resource (RADAR) Stations organized in collaboration with the US-based Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), US-based National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA)-sponsored Community Epidemiological Work Group (CEWG), and US-based National Institute of Justice's Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) program have presented in this chapter.
The Community Epidemiological Work Group (CEWG), a research branch of the National Institute of Drug Abuse, reports that MDMA use is closely related to the rave scene in several large metropolitan areas including Boston, Chicago, Miami, Minneapolis/St.
These views were expressed by speakers at a meeting of the Country Engagement Working Group (CEWG) for population welfare, held here at a local hotel on Thursday under the auspices of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa population welfare department.
Other disturbing trends in the use of OxyContin are reported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse's Community Epidemiology Work Group (CEWG).