Management of Medical Problems Resulting from Population Relocation. Volume I.
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The report describes research on the management of medical problems resulting from the relocation of populations from likely target risk areas to lower-risk host areas. The research suggests that the health and medical hm problems of a relocated population will likely be those that are normally present in a population, plus a set of problems due to relocation itself. Volume I contains Part One, the Analytical Report, which provides a medical profile of the United States identifies the day-to-day hm problems of the population examines the hm problems that might be expected to result from population relocation sets forth essential hm functions for crisis relocation and discusses resources and systems to meet hm needs during a relocation period.
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