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National Board of Public Health Examiners

Huddersfield, the Improvement Commissioners, the General Board of Health, and the Local Government Act

Evaluating health research funding in Ireland: assessing the impacts of the Health Research Board of Ireland's funding activities

Ill-health retirement among healthcare workers in the Southern Health Board of the Republic of Ireland

EXTRACTS from Appendix (A) to the Report of the General Board of Health on the Epidemic Cholera of 1848 & 1849a

THE SWEDISH STATE HEALTH TECHNOLOGY BOARD (SBU) REPORT ON TREATMENT OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG MISUSE: AN ECONOMIST’S VIEW

Review: The ‘Croydon Case’: Dirty Old Town to Model Town. The Making of the Croydon Board of Health and the Croydon Typhoid Epidemic of 1852–3

THE SCOPE OF THE CONSCIENCE-BASED EXEMPTION IN SECTION 4(1) OF THE ABORTION ACT 1967: DOOGAN AND WOOD V NHS GREATER GLASGOW HEALTH BOARD [2013] CSIH 36

P5512A new national board of health recommandation - download the heart lung resuscitation data from the automatic external defibrillator to clarify the diagnosis and find the optimal treatment

Neurological, Psychiatric, and Developmental Disorders: Meeting the Challenge in the Developing World. Committee on Nervous System Disorders, Board on Global Health, Institute of Medicine. Washington DC: National Academy Press, 2001. xxiv+434pp. Price £32.95 (paperback). ISBN 0-309-07192-5

Radiation Protection—A Memoir of the National Radiological Protection BoardMike O'RiordanHealth Protection Agency, Chilton, UKISBN 978-0-85951-586-3, 324 pp (2007) £30 (Paper cover)

Kracke, Attorney-General for the State of Victoria (intervening) and Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (intervening) v Mental Health Review Board and Mid West Area Mental Health Service and Secretary to the Department of Human Services (intervening), Appeal decision, [2009] VCAT 646, ILDC 1608 (AU 2009), 23rd April 2009, Victoria

Domestic Law Limitations on Recovery for Breach of EC Law: Case C-188/95, Fantask v Industriministeriet [1998] All ER (EC) 1 Case C-246/96, Magorrian and Cunningham v Eastern Health and Social Services Board [1998] All ER (EC) 38; [1998] IRLR 86 Case C-180/95, Draemphael v Urania [1997] ECR I-2195; [1998] ICR 164; [1997] IRLR 538 Case C-66/95, R. v Secretary of State for Social Security ex parte Sutton [1997] ECR I-6363; [1997] ICR 961; [1997] IRLR 524

 

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The officially designated group of people, usually comprising both professional and lay members, charged with responsibility for overseeing the provision and conduct of public health services. Boards of health are sometimes elected and sometimes appointed by higher officials, such as state governors, mayors, etc. They exercise fiscal and political control over local public health departments, and sometimes are unfortunately prone to political and ideological influence.

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