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A wide range of strategies for combating drug and alcohol abuse were outlined in President Johnson's 1968 Special Message "To Ensure Public Safety" including: increased research, education, manpower training and rehabilitation efforts; more agents for enforcement of narcotics and dangerous drug laws; and a full scale review of the laws by the National Commission on Reform of Federal Criminal Laws; and consolidation of Treasury Department and DHEW drug agencies within the Department of Justice (this led to the establishment of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs).
Scurlock that he "despaired" that DHEW had not made the principles mandatory for all of the federal departments whose "operating agencies" and "individual granting programs" could "issue their own regulations, manuals, and policy interpretations," which, he observed, could vary from DHEW in significant respects.
On February 7, the new secretary of DHEW, Joseph A.
NCHS Growth Curves of Children, Birth-18 years United States, Series 11, DHEW Publication No.
DHEW Memorandum to Assistant Secretary for Health, 1972.
15) Shortly after the bill had been passed, the DHEW issued regulations implementing the moratorium.
For a compendium of research papers on manual material handling, see Safery in Manual Materials Handling, DHEW (NIOSH) Publication 78-185 (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 1978).
26) Four years later, the 1977 DHEW Task Force on the Compensation of Injured Research Subjects concluded that research subjects were entitled to compensation if they suffered injuries that were proximately caused by research participation.
Department of Health and Human Services: DHEW publication 79(3216).
Office (Ed,) Public Health Service Report ICRL-RR-71-3, DHEW Publication No.
Whether the ban will be continued or modified depends upon what recommendations are made to the DHEW Secretary by the 11 members of the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research, set up under the National Research Act.