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What does EPHT stand for?

EPHT stands for Environmental Public Health Tracking (CDC)


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NEHA is collaborating with CDC/NCEH on the development and implementation of the Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) Network, which aims to better protect communities from adverse health effects through collection, analysis, integration, and interpretation of data about environmental hazards, exposure to environmental hazards, and human health effects potentially related to exposures.
The authors used Poisson regression to model the interaction of HVI and deviant days (days for which the deviation of maximum temperature from the 30-year normal maximum temperature was in the upper 5th percentile) on hospitalization and mortality counts in five states participating in the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network for the years 2000-2007.
4 million for domestic HIV/AIDS prevention activities; ** $25 million for public health workforce; ** $20 million to prevention hospital-associated infections; ** $20 million for unintentional injury prevention; ** $10 million for Community Preventive Task Force and Prevention Effectiveness Research; and ** $9 million to support the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network; *** Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) programs have received an increase of $58.
The initiation of environmental public health tracking systems in the United States and the United Kingdom has provided an opportunity to advance techniques for spatial epidemiological analysis that integrate both health and environmental data.
Environmental Protection Agency to develop minimum environmental standards for agricultural facilities to receive government support and refuse to exempt industrial agricultural sites from regulations or enforcement; urges the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to expand environmental public health tracking relevant to food system concerns; and urges the U.
BACKGROUND: The initiation of environmental public health tracking systems in the United States and the United Kingdom provided an opportunity to advance techniques and tools available for spatial epidemiological analysis integrating both health and environmental data.