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Collection of national and global “first” stories from the outset of the AIDS epidemic and the discovery of HIV.
Describes detection of drugs and their metabolites in oral fluid. Part of the Emerging Issues in Analytical Chemistry series.
Discusses inhaled pharmaceuticals from a product development perspective. Part of the Emerging Issues in Analytical Chemistry series.
Examines the biochemistry and bioanalytical aspects of performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) and other questionable procedures used by athletes to enhance performance.
Proceedings of the conference Ending Gender Inequalities: Addressing the Nexus of HIV, Drug Use, and Violence with Evidence-Based Action.
Addresses the many issues surrounding electronic cigarettes in an unprecedented level of scientific detail.
This book describes projects that focus on risk factors and/or treatment the four noncommunicable diseases that are responsible for the greatest impact on morbidity and mortality: cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and chronic respiratory diseases.
Focuses on the basic and applied aspects of energy metabolism in humans.
Introduces the concept of medication adherence/compliance and reports international perspectives on medication adherence while highlighting its importance.
Explains current and emerging analytical chemistry methods that address the latest issues surrounding cannabis-based products.
Provides a framework for best practices in selecting patient-reported outcomes and addresses major methodological issues related to choosing, administering, and using PROs, particularly in clinical practice settings.
Explains why inequitable information-sharing patterns persist, why they matter to society, and what, if anything, can be done to address these tendencies.
Data in this chartbook indicate that the financial burden of health care spending presents a disproportionate burden on uninsured and sick people, small businesses, and low-wage workers.
Combines evidence, opinion, and humor in 47 essays from Doug Kamerow's health policy columns in the medical journal BMJ and his nationally broadcast radio commentaries.
Provides a balanced assessment of pay for performance (P4P), addressing both its promise and its shortcomings.
Describes evidence-based substance abuse prevention programs to target young employees, adaptation and implementation processes, and a cross-site evaluation.