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The SWPI e-Learning series is firmly rooted in best public health practices consisting of an introduction and three core public health functions: assessment, policy development, and assurance.
The SWPI e-Learning curriculum employs a "branching role play" technique that presents a complex, real-life example of a public health problem associated with private wells.
The SWPI e-Learning series provides much needed training at no cost to environmental and public health professionals working in safe water programs focused on federally unregulated drinking water.
TABLE 1 Safe Water Program Improvement (SWPI) E-Learning Courses and the 10 Essential Environmental Public Health Services Course # Core Public Health Course Name Function SWPI 101 Introduction The 10 Essential Environmental Public Health Services and Unregulated Drinking Water Programs SWPI 102 Assessment Monitor Health SWPI 103 Diagnose and Investigate SWPI 104 Policy development Inform, Educate, Empower, and Mobilize SWPI 105 Policies and Plans SWPI 106 Assurance Laws and Regulations SWPI 107 Linking People to Services SWPI 108 Assuring a Competent Workforce SWPI 109 Evaluation and Research
Differences in SWP can be quantified using the SWPI. The unstressed control of the two hybrids did not differ significantly for SWPI during a 5-d period (Tables 1 and 2).
The SWPI declined more (i.e., became more negative) for Pioneer 3902 than for Pride 5 (Table 1), but Pioneer 3902 maintained relatively higher rates of transpiration and photosynthesis (Tables 2-5), indicating that Pioneer 3902 had a lower threshold of water potential for stomata] closure, which would influence photosynthesis and transpiration.
Although SWPI did not differ significantly between the two hybrids under well-watered conditions (Table 1), SWP of the controls tended to be lower in Pioneer 3902 than in Pride 5 (Fig.
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