Accession Number : ADA491298


Title :   U.S. Army Medical Department Journal (April-June 2006)


Descriptive Note : Journal


Corporate Author : ARMY MEDICAL DEPT CENTER AND SCHOOL FORT SAM HOUSTON TX


Personal Author(s) : Weightman, George W ; Cates, Michael B ; Craig, Stephen C ; Ciesla, John J ; Petruccelli, Bruno ; Knapik, Joseph ; Debboun, Mustapha ; Sames, William J ; Eng, Robert R ; Pearson, Curtis W ; Kirkpatrick, Jeffrey S ; Moser, Christine ; Hutchens, Brad E ; Madson, James A ; Alsip, Bryan J ; Taylor, Patterson W ; Zapor, Michael J


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a491298.pdf


Report Date : Jun 2006


Pagination or Media Count : 80


Abstract : The focus of this issue of the AMEDD Journal is Preventive Medicine. The journal contains the following articles: Perspective, an overview of this issue's articles, by MG George W. Weightman; Prevention is the Best Way to Health, by BG Michael B. Cates; The Evolution of Public Health Education in the US Army, 1893-1966, by COL Stephen C. Craig, MC, USA; The Evolving Role of Environmental Science Officers and Environmental Engineers in the Medical Service Corps, by COL John J. Ciesla, MS, USA; Army Epidemiology and Health Surveillance, by COL Bruno Petruccelli, MC, USA and Dr. Joseph Knapik, ScD; Vector Control and Pest Management, by LTC Mustapha Debboun, MS, USA, et al.; Field Preventive Medicine: Challenges for the Future, by LTC William J. Sames, MS, USA, et al.; Deployment Occupational and Environmental Health Risk Management, by COL Robert R. Eng, MS, USA and COL (Ret) Curtis W. Pearson, MSC, USAF; Deployment Occupational and Environmental Health Surveillance: Enhancing the War Fighter's Force Health Protection and Readiness, by Jeffrey S. Kirkpatrick, LTC Christine Moser, MS, USA, and Brad E. Hutchens, PE; Making the Modern Army Public Health Nurse: Establishing Essential Service Skills, by MAJ James A. Madson, MS, USA and LTC Bryan J. Alsip, MC, USA; Force Health Protection through Laboratory Analysis and Health Risk Assessment, by MAJ Patterson W. Taylor, MS, USA, et al.; and Bullis Fever: A Fleeting Epidemic of Unknown Etiology, by LTC Michael J. Zapor, MC, USA.


Descriptors :   *PREVENTIVE MEDICINE , *ARMY PERSONNEL , *OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES , *MILITARY MEDICINE , *HEALTH , *ARMY , *DEPLOYMENT , HISTORY , EXPOSURE(PHYSIOLOGY) , PUBLIC HEALTH , MILITARY PUBLICATIONS , SURVEILLANCE , PERIODICALS , PATHOGENIC MICROORGANISMS , FIELD CONDITIONS , EPIDEMIOLOGY , NURSES , TOXICOLOGY , ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING , MEDICAL LABORATORIES , SANITATION , OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE , RISK MANAGEMENT , ARMY TRAINING , THREATS , HAZARDS , SKILLS , EDUCATION , INFORMATION SYSTEMS , EPIDEMICS , ARMY RESEARCH


Subject Categories : Medicine and Medical Research
      Military Forces and Organizations
      Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE