(redirected from community medicine)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Chairperson HEC announced a grant of Rs 5 million to the Faculty of Community Medicine and Public Health Sciences for establishing Health Management Information System (HMIS) Centre at the Faculty.
As a result of this dramatic change, Community Medicine Residency Programs were forced to re-evaluate their ability to attract a sufficient number of suitable trainees each year.
Family and community medicine centers will become an important part of a strategy aimed at developing health services in the Kingdom in general and basic health care in particular," Al-Manie said.
Calmbach, MD Professor, Department of Family & Community Medicine
At least seven doctors and students are suffering from chicken pox in our hospital," said Dr Jugal Kishore, professor, community medicine, Maulana Azad Medical College and Lok Nayak Hospital.
3 billion people, almost half of the world's population remained at risk of malaria, said Dr Zahid Masood, head of department of community medicine UMDC said this while quoting the WHO statistics of 2012.
University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine deploys Pentaho to create evidence-based treatment protocol for more aggressive treatments and to keep patients on their therapeutic targets
SLU assistant professor of family and community medicine insist that making healthy changes in life is not impossible.
1,2) One outcome of this inadequate PH teaching in medical schools is a lack of student interest in the public health medical specialty of Community Medicine (CM).
An emeritus professor of epidemiology and community medicine at the University of Ottawa, Last said during an acceptance speech for the Defries Award from the Canadian Public Health Association in 2006 that he is an epidemiologist "but at heart I have belonged to public health since the late 1950s, when I had a philosophical conversion from family medicine.
of New Mexico School of Medicine) and Upton (environmental and community medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School) have thoroughly updated this edition to include consideration of increased magnitudes of medical radiation exposure, molecular and cellular effects of low doses, and site-specific cancer risks.
family and community medicine, Baylor College of Medicine) offers a textbook on the fundamentals of behavioral statistics, stressing the general linear model concepts, effect sizes and confidence intervals, and using formulas as a way to understand concepts.

Full browser ?