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Also occurring in 1972 was a change in the reporting line of ACIP, from the Surgeon General of USPHS to the Secretary of DHEW through the Director of CDC.
While a great deal of the initial interpretation regarding the DHEW regulations dealt with the broad equal opportunity requirement, the regulations also specifically address the conflict surrounding males competing on female athletic teams.
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.
DHEW required an approved consent form to be signed by the person seeking sterilization, the physician performing the operation, and an interpreter.
Vital and health statistics: series 11; DHEW publication no.
National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research, The Belmont Report: Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research, DHEW Publication No.
Before the discussions with the secretary of DHEW had been completed, a member of his staff sent a memo to a health policy advisor in the White House, raising the specter of the 1918 pandemic, which had been specifically underemphasized in the CDC presentation.
In 1978, DHEW issued proposal policy "Title IX and Intercollegiate Athletics" for notice and comments.
It accused DHEW for not enforcing Title VI of the 1964 Civil Right Act against states that operated dual segregated public systems of higher education.