demonstration project

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demonstration project

demonstration project

The Department of Defense Psychopharmacology Demonstration Project

Medicare Demonstration Projects Acknowledge Evidence-Based Medicine in Cancer Care

EUROACTION: A European Society of Cardiology demonstration project in preventive cardiology. A cluster randomised controlled trial of a multi-disciplinary preventive cardiology programme for coronary patients, asymptomatic high risk individuals and their families. Summary of design, methodology and outcomes

Police Authorities' Public Accountability Role: Learning from three Community Engagement Demonstration Projects

The effect of the national demonstration project Healthy Respect on teenage sexual health behaviour

Nursing with a Message: Public Health Demonstration Projects in New York City

Lifestyle changes and clinical profile in coronary heart disease patients with an ejection fraction of ≤40% or >40% in the Multicenter Lifestyle Demonstration Project☆

A Demonstration Project of Stockholm POPs Convention to Replace Chlordane and Mirex With IPM for Termite Control in China

Prospective Study of Relative Weight and Risk of Breast Cancer: The Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project Follow-up Study, 1979 to 1987–1989

Dietary fibre and risk of colorectal cancer in the Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project (BCDDP) follow-up cohort

Development and Implementation of Tele-Savvy for Dementia Caregivers: A Department of Veterans Affairs Clinical Demonstration Project

The Fort McMurray demonstration project in social marketing: health- and safety-related behaviour among oil sands workers


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A health program, service, facility, or professional staffing structure, or a combination of these, usually publicly funded, often large, established and evaluated to determine whether it constitutes an improvement on previous ways of achieving the desired outcomes.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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