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. "Front Matter." Assessing the Effects of the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill on Human Health: A Summary of the June 2010 Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2010.
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OVERVIEW OF HEALTH-MONITORING ACTIVITIES: STATE AND FEDERAL PERSPECTIVES
DATA-COLLECTION, SURVEILLANCE, AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES
Public Health Surveillance in Emergency Response Settings: Lessons Learned from 9/11 and Other Disasters,
An Overview of Methodologies and Data Sources for Use in Health Surveillance and Environmental Monitoring Activities,
Assessing the Health Effects of the Gulf Oil Spill: Data Sources,
Mental Health Research and Screening Methodologies,
Information Infrastructure for Detecting and Managing Health Effects of the Oil Spill: Learning from the Past, Planning for the Future,
Reflections on Surveillance,
Questions and Comments from the Audience,
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE SURVEILLANCE AND MONITORING SYSTEMS: FUTURE DIRECTIONS AND RESOURCE NEEDS
Suggested Dimensions and Components of a Surveillance Framework,
Major Overarching Themes of Workshop Discussions: Principles of a Framework for Surveillance,
Bibliography of Related National Academies Press Reports
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