IDENTIFYING FAMILY STRENGTHS, CONCERNS, PRlORlTlES & RESOURCES : Information for Early lntervention Teams Identifying Family Strengths, Concerns, Priorities, and Resources
COUNCIL OF INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS Say on Pay: Identifying Investor Concerns 1 Executive Summary Advisory shareowner votes on executive compensation were the big story of proxy season 2011, the inaugural year for "say on pay" at most U.S. public companies.
Introduction Methane (natural gas), while perhaps most closely related in our minds with petroleum, also occurs in association with coal, the Nation's most abundant fossil fuel resource.
31 Children and Computers: New Technology— Old Concerns Ellen A. Wartella Nancy Jennings Abstract Computer technology has ushered in a new era of mass media, bringing with it great promise and great concerns about the effect on children's development and wellbeing.
IMMIGRATION FACTS Behind the Naturalization Backlog: Causes, Context, and Concerns Executive Summary The processing time for naturalization applications has risen dramatically, from just under seven months to 18 months, as the federal government has struggled to cope with a surge in applications ...
LETTER OF CONCERN We are writing to call your attention to serious concerns about the potential health risks of the recently adopted whole body backscatter X-ray airport security scanners.
S oil compaction is the physical consoli-dationofthesoil by an applied force that destroys structure,reduces porosity ,limits water and air infiltration, increases resistance to root penetration, and often results in reduced crop yield.
Health and Safety Concerns of Photovoltaic Solar Panels Introduction The generation of electricity from photovoltaic (PV) solar panels is safe and effective.
Psychosocial Concerns and Interventions for Cancer Survivors AnnetteL. Stanton ABSTRACT In light of the increasing population living with a history of cancer in the United States, it is important to attend to quality of life and health in this group, and to develop effective interventions to ...
CENTERS FOR MEDICARE&MEDICAID SERVICES Quality of Care Concerns: What Can Your Quality Improvement Organization Address? Quality Improvement Organizations (QIOs) work under the direction of the Centers for Medicare&Medicaid Services, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.