Environmental Health Specialists' Self-Reported Foodborne Illness Outbreak Investigation Practices Epidemiology for Public Health Practice-Third Edition Robert H Friis, Ph.D. and Thomas Sellers, Ph.D., M.P.H. (2004) Distinguishing itself from other texts with its accessible writing style and the immediacy with which information is presented, Epidemiology for Public Health Practice has become a favorite textbook for undergraduate and graduate students new to epidemiology. It also includes in-depth discussions of * control, monitoring, and reduction of nanotech by-products and their impact on the air, water, and land; * health risks associated with nanotechnology, and methods of assessing and controlling them; * nanotech hazard risk assessment, including emergency response planning and personnel training; * multimedia approaches to analyzing the impact of nanotechnology in the chemical, manufacturing, and waste disposal industries; * the future of nanotechnology and the "Industrial Revolution II"; * legal implications of nanotechnology; and * societal and ethical implications of nanotechnology-based materials and processing method.
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