An official government body responsible for assuring the health of citizens
PHDs operated by a state health agency or board of health and the PHD functions under the state
PHDs operated by local government with or without a board of health
Data collected regarding births, deaths, marriages and divorces
Public Health Centers funded through government resources
Program that supplies care and support for women that have or are expecting children
One of the oldest communicable diseases in history
Examples include HIV, gonorrhea and chlamydia
The process of using information technology by PHDs
Two or more persons organized to achieve a common goal
This area is defined based on population size, density or proximity to larger metropolitan areas
Providing health services using technology such as a computer or phone
The largest urban metropolitan areas
Defined by the U. S. Census Bureau, this area has densely settled core of census tracts
Promoting and developing alliances among organizations or constituencies for a common purpose
A movement which emphasizes social justice and equality with local community participation
Federal Agency that protects workers in the workplace (abbreviation)
An example would be using less hazardous chemicals in the workplace
Gloves, gowns, masks and earplugs are what (abbreviation)
These groups played an important part in the evolution of occupational medicine
This is the form where information about a chemical's toxicity, safe handling and first aid can be found (abbreviation)
This type of exposure includes bacteria, viruses and microorganisms
The science of biomechanics that is designed to prevent injury of muscles and joints
The study of the adverse effects of a chemical
The effort to create employment in the field of renewable and efficient energy production

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