Interviews were conducted by provincial and Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Epidemic Intelligence Service officers, who used a standardized investigation form.
What does EIS stand for?
EIS stands for Epidemic Intelligence Service (CDC)
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- Entreprise Internationale de Sécurité (French: International Corporate Security)
- Entreprise, Innovation, Société (French: Enterprise, Innovation and Society)
- Entretien Installation Service (French: Installation Maintenance Service)
- Entry Into Service (date)
- Environmental Impact Statement
- Environmental Impact Study
- Environmental Impact Survey
- Environmental Impact System
- Environmental Industry Council
- Environmental Information Systems
- Epidemiological Intelligence Service (US CDC)
- Equipment Imbalance Surcharge (shipping industry)
- Equipment In Service
- Equipment Issue Scale
- Erasure Insertion Scheme
- Erinaceous Insurance Services (EU)
- Eritrean Islamic Salvation (Eritrea)
- Escamilla Intermediate School (Texas)
- Essbase Integration Services (Hyperion)
- Estimating Information System
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Sallyann Coleman King, the study's lead author and an epidemic intelligence service officer in the CDC's Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, said in a statement.
Fortunately, physical activity programs are available in local communities that can help obese adults with arthritis safely engage in activities that can improve their pain, function and quality of life," says CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer, Kamil Barbour, PhD.
What follows is a summary of findings previously reported in a 2008 JAMA study jointly authored by the Centers for Disease Control Epidemic Intelligence Service and National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, and the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (1) which is primarily based on findings of medical examiner death investigations for the year 2006; followed by an overview of the drug abuse phenomenon in West Virginia over the period of 1991 to 2008, as abstracted from completed medical examiner death certificates.
Inc and Former Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer at the US Centres for Disease Control.
00 Hardcover RA653 Although you've probably never heard of them, the officers of the Epidemic Intelligence Service have probably saved millions of lives over the last half-century.
The current epidemic of childhood obesity makes this a matter of significant and urgent concern," said Ashleigh May, PhD, Epidemic Intelligence Service officer in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Division for Heart Disease and a lead author of the study.
He assigned an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer to work with our office and the DC Narcotics Treatment Administration to study the epidemiology of the problem.