NIOH


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NIOHNational Institute of Occupational Health (Ahmedabad, India)
NIOHNational Institute for the Orthopedically Handicapped
NIOHNot In Our House
NIOHNational Institute of Ophthalmology and Hospital (Bangladesh)
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During the first NIOH meetings, other incidents came to light, mostly minor or isolated events.
However, in the NIOH study in Padre Village in Kerala no confirmatory data was generated, thus NIOH report on Endosulfan is incorrect and misleading.
The NIOH has an outreach program that addresses miners' rights regarding autopsy examination and ascertaining compensation for occupational lung disease.
Nag, Director, NIOH, Ahmedabad, participated in the VIII Meeting of the Network of WHO Collaborative Centres in Occupational Health at Geneva (October 1823, 2009).
Summary: Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], Mar 29 (ANI/NewsVoir): The National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH), an ICMR institute and the training division of the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), is developing a unique program designed for the care and compliance of unorganised sector workers perspective for primary health care professionals.
2:50 pm: A technique for formulating natural/organic cosmetic emulsions for improving their sensory textures and functions--Atsushi Nioh, Pola Chemical Industries, Inc.
It is their demand that, rather than ensuing a new study on the pesticide Endosulfan, it will be relevant to seek an independent investigation into the flaws observed in the study which was released by the National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH).
E-mail: goitsimang.buffel@ nioh.nhls.ac.za Fax: 011-712 6531
Nag, Scientist F and Officer-in-Charge, National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH), Ahmedabad, participated in the VII International Congress of Ergonomics and Usability, Design Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction at Sao Luis, Maranhao (June 19-20, 2008).
In fact, their study is an integral part of an epidemiologic study submitted to the government of India in 2003, "Report of the Investigation of Unusual Illnesses Allegedly Produced by Endosulfan Exposure in Padre Village of Kasargod District" [National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH) 2003].