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International Conference on Child Day Care Health

CDC and 14 other organizations will cosponsor a conference, International Child Day Care Health: Science, Prevention, and Practice, in Atlanta June 15-17, 1992.

Scientific sessions are scheduled on the following topics: diarrheal diseases; children with special needs; infectious hepatitis; economics and child day care; epidemiology of injuries; surveillance by health departments; health promotion issues; infectious diseases -- epidemiology and pathogens; infectious dis- eases -- measuring and reducing risks; economics and demographics; injury in child day care; environmental health; health promotion opportunities and evaluation; regulation for improving health; the human immunodeficiency virus-infected child; health education; respiratory infections; developmental outcomes; vaccine-preventable diseases; occupational health of providers; injury prevention; environmental quality; care of mildly ill children; methodologic and ethical research issues; invasive bacterial disease; prevention of developmental disabilities; cytomegalovirus transmission; international perspectives; technology to prevent injuries; and American Public Health Association/American Academy of Pediatrics National Health and Safety Guidelines.

Preregistration (cost: $40) and additional information is available from Lisa Townsend, PACE Enterprises, Inc.; telephone (404) 633-8610; fax (404) 633-8745.

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