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Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), 9, 122, 148, 155, 156, 158, 168, 332 Association of Teachers of Preventive

Medicine, 361 Association of University Programs in Health Administration, 361

Assurance, 8, 22, 83, 98, 114, 411, 412, 413-414 academic research, 374 accreditation of public health agencies, 157

environmental safety, 116 privacy, 136 safety-net services, 257 uninsured persons, 154, 247 Asthma, 54, 56, 62, 63, 128, 218, 234,

239, 286, 386, 446 Attitudes and beliefs academic research, 200, 392-393 AIDS discrimination, 310 alcohol and substance abuse, 228 community-level collaborations, 184,

193, 194, 200 companies, public opinion, 298 crime, public opinion, 311 employees, 282 health belief model, 342 health care system decisionmakers, 24 industrial pollution, 291 institutional and organizational, 17 mass media, 307-308, 310, 313-315,

317, 318, 322, 333 minority physicians, 236 oral diseases, 229 parental expectations and teen behaviors, 386 political, 417

professional education, 373-374, 420 public health agency/delivery system collaboration, 244 research methodology, 347 smoking, 76 uninsured persons, 216

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