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Progress report. Evaluation of organization and information (data) requirements of NIOSH. Technical information needs.
NIOSH 1973 Apr; :1-180
This document consisted of summaries of the technical information needs of the branches of NIOSH. Material included in this report was gathered from 100 interviews. Those interviewed were asked to list areas of professional interest and of technical information needs. The branches of NIOSH interviewed include program development and evaluation, grants management, grants review, financial management, procurement, personnel, planning and program development, evaluation and control, management systems, criteria development, toxicity and research analysis, information resources, hazard surveillance, illness and injury surveillance, data processing and statistical services, priorities evaluation, toxicology, physical and chemical analysis, physiology and ergonomics, engineering, behavioral and motivational factors, physical agents, medical investigation, environmental investigation, biometry investigation, industrial hygiene services, accident prevention services, technical information services, hazard evaluation services, medical services, health maintenance, environmental management, extramural program, program assistance, medical research, infectious diseases, biochemistry, statistics, and field studies.
NIOSH-Contract; Contract-099-73-0024; Occupational-health-programs; Occupational-safety-programs; Worker-health; Industrial-hazards; Information-processing; Information-systems; Work-operations
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