The National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (Tracking Network) had officially launched (Figure 1).
What does EPHTN stand for?
EPHTN stands for Environmental Public Health Tracking Network
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- Electrically Powered Hydraulic Steering
- Elthorne Park High School (London, UK)
- environmental public health surveillance
- Estes Park High School (Estes Park, CO, USA)
- European Programme for Health and Social and Human Sciences
- Epidemiology and Public Health Student Organization (Yale University; New Haven, CT)
- Environmental Public Health Tracking (CDC)
- Ecoregional Program for the Humid and Sub-Humid Tropics of Sub-Saharan Africa
- Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative (The Carter Center)
- Environmental Public Health Tracking Program
- Evidence for Population Health Unit (University of Manchester; Manchester, England, UK)
- Epoxide Hydrolase
- Eagle-Picher Industries
- Echo Planar Imaging
- Economic Performance Indicator
- Economic Policy Institute
- Ecumenical Peace Institute (Berkeley, CA)
- Education Policy Initiative (University of Michigan)
- Educator Preparation Institute
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Lefevre is part of a nationwide effort to improve environmental public health tracking and surveillance--an initiative that reached a major turning point in early July when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched the national version of the Web-based Environmental Public Health Tracking Network.
Seeking to correct this concern, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have initiated the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network to expand on state efforts (such as California's) and create a national system to track environmental exposures and hazards.
The "building blocks" of knowledge provided by a nationwide environmental public health tracking network will enable scientists to answer many of the troubling questions we are asking today about what is making us sick.
Yet another strong relationship exists between state public health laboratory biomonitoring programs and the NCEH-funded National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (EPHTN).
The Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (EPHTN) proposes to link environmental hazards and exposures to health outcomes.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is laying the groundwork for what is planned to become a nationwide environmental public health tracking network.
To help expand the limited national data on chronic diseases, the CDC received its first funding in 2002 for a national environmental public health tracking network.