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International Conference on Child Day Care Health: Science, Prevention, and Practice

On June 15-17, 1992, CDC will sponsor a conference entitled "International Conference on Child Day Care Health: Science, Prevention, and Practice" in Atlanta. The objective of the conference is to provide structured and informal opportunities to exchange information, skills, knowledge, and experiences related to child day care health. Presentations and discussion will focus on three major themes: child day care health, meeting the needs of children and care-givers, and translating science into practice. Topics for the scientific sessions will include infectious diseases; injuries and hazards; health promotion; children with special needs and disabilities; environmental health; developmental and psychologic aspects; occupational health; impact of regulations, standards, accreditation, and training; and economics. The deadline for abstracts is January 15, 1992. Additional information is available from Lillian Glickman at Pace Enterprises, Inc., telephone (404) 633-8610 or fax (404) 633-8745.

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