We need now to usher in a new era of public health nursing which will be known for its application of the concepts and competencies in environmental and public health nursing to the prevention of illness in the population through stewardship of the environment.
What does ENPH stand for?
ENPH stands for Environmental and Public Health (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire)
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- Eerste Nederlandse Parachutisten Club (German: First Dutch Parachute Club; Netherlands)
- Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course
- Energy Performance Contract
- English-Norwegian Parallel Corpus (linguistic research)
- Experimental Nuclear Physics in Europe
- Entreprise Nationale des Produits de l'Electrochimie (French)
- Energy and Power Evaluation Program
- National Enterprise for the Protection of Flora and Fauna (Cuba)
- European NIDDM (Non-Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus) Policy Group
- Ecolo Nous Prend Homo (French; Belgian gay civil rights group)
- European Network of Physiotherapy in Higher Education (Saxion University of Applied Sciences; Netherlands)
- European Network for Public Health Nutrition
- Eerste Nederlandse Particuliere Hoefsmeden Opleiding (Dutch: First Dutch Farrier Private Training; South Holland, Netherlands)
- Environment and Public Health Organization
- European Network for Peace and Human Rights
- Everywhere and Now Public Housing Residents Organizing Nationally Together
- Emerson Network Power India (Mumbai, India)
- Energy Performance Indicator
- Ente Nazionale Prevenzione Infortuni (Italian: National Accident Prevention Body)
- European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument
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In the weeks following the storm, federal agencies such as the NIEHS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Environmental Protection Agency, (EPA), as well as state environmental and public health agencies, sent scientists to the region to begin assessing the environmental and human health impact of the disaster.
One spatial analysis tool, geographic information system (GIS) technology, has long been in use in other areas such as city planning, demography, and epidemiology, but is now allowing environmental and public health researchers to characterize local environments at finely resolved geographic scales.