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This chapter first lists reports released by the Institute of Medicine fiom 1999 through 2003 and oIcler reports mentioned in tile text, grouper! by subject apnea, Olden reports expected to be released thorough 2004. A "la" denotes a congressionally ',~anciated study. 2~T ~~S (~399~) Aged at7d the FIderly Approaching Deaths: In~`vroving Care at the End of Life, Healths Care Services, 1 997. Describing Death in America: What We Need to Know, National Cancels Policy Board, Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 2003. Pharn?acoki'~etics ant! Drug l'~teractions in the Elcler/y and Special Issues in Elderly African-American Populations: A Workshop Summary, Neuroscience and Behavioral Healtl~ and Health Sciences Policy, 1997 Utile Role of Nutrition in Maintaining Heclith i!? the Nation's Elderly: Evaluatin Coverage of Nutrition Servicesfor the Medicare Population, Food and Nutrition Board, 2000. The Second Fifty Years: Promoting Health and Preventing Disability, Healths Promotion and Disease Preventions, 1992. Working Together: We Can Help People Get Good Care Whe'? They Aide Dying, Healths Care Services, 2000. ~ 0 z LL] z ~ a ~ c ~ 0

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iN~) ~ IT 77 /~ i i; ~ ~ ~E CK ~11( ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I" ~ ~ tV ~~` ~ L11~ Aclolescent Decisio`? Making: Implications for Preventions Programs. Summary of a Workshop) Boars! on Children, Youths, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1999. Adolescent Development and the Biology of Puberty: S''n~mary of a Workshop oil New Research, Board on Children, Youth, ant! Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1999. Acio/escent Risk nuc! Vulnerability: Concepts and Measurement, Board Ott Cl~ilcIren, Youths, acid Families, l~stitute of Medicine/National Research Council, 2001. America's Chi/ciren: Health Insurance ant! Access to Care, Health Care Services acid Boat ~ on CI~ilcire~, Youths, and Families, Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 1998. The Best l'~te'~tior~s: U'~i'~te''4ed Pregnancy ant! tile Well-Being of Children and Families, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 1995. CI~it~hooc! Cancer St~rvivorship: Proving Care ant! Quality of Life, National Cancer Policy Board, l~stitute of Medicine/National Research Council, 2003. Chilciren of Immigrants: Health, Adjustment, airy Public Assistance, Boarc! on Children, Youth, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1999. Community Programs to Promote Youth Developmer?t, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 2001 . Confronting Chronic Neglect: The Educatio'? a'?c] Training of Health Professionals on Family Violence, Board on CI~ilciren, Youth, ant! Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 2001. Early Childhood l'?tervention: Viewsiror~? the Field. Report of a Workshop, Board on ChilcIren, Youths, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 2000. From Generation to Generation: TO Hec'/t/? nail We//-Being of Chi/~/re`~ in I'n~nigra'~t Families, Board on Children, Youths, ant! Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1998.

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RE(~-~\''l- A,\~) Ul'( (1,~V`' pi [30~)'\ From Neurons to Neighborhoods: The Science of Early Childhood Develo,''n?ent, Boarc' on Children, Youth, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 2000. Getting to Positive Outcomesfor Chi/ciren in Child Care A S''mn~'v of Two Workshops, Board on CI~ilciren, Youth, ant! Families, l~stitute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 2001 . n?n~ur~ization Safety Review: Vaccinations c~nd S''dde`~ Unexpectec! Death in InfaIlcy, Healths Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2003. Juvenile Crime, Juvenile Justice, Boarc! on CI~ilciren, Youths, ant! Families Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 2001. Nontechnical Strategies to Reduce Chilciren's Exposure to l''apyropriate Material on the l'~ternet: Summary of a Workshop, Boars! on Cl~ild~-en, Youth, ant! Families, Computes Science and Teleco~nunications Boat, l~stitute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 2001. Protecting Youth at Work: Health, Safety, and Deve/oyn~ent of Working C/~i/ciren anc/Ado/escents in the Uniter/ States, Board on Cl~ilcIren, Youths, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Researcl, Council, 1 998. Ration/ Therapeutics for l'~fa'~ts and Chi/dre'~: A Workshop Summary, Healths Sciences Policy, 2000. Rerincing the Odds: Preventing Perinata/ Transmissio`? of HIV in the U'~itec] States, Healths Promotion ant! Disease Preventions Alice Board on Children, Youth, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1 998. Research to Improve Intergroup Relations Among Yout/l, Board on CI1ildren, Youths, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1 999. Revisiting Home Visiting: Summary of a Workshop, Board on Children, Youths, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1999. Risks and Opportunities: Synthesis of Steadies on Aclolescence, Board on Chidden, Youths, arid Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1999. Sleep Neecis, Patterns, anti Difficulties of Adolescents: Sun~'nary of a Workshop, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, Institute of 1\1edicine/National Research Council, 2000.

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jF\~;~/~ 14~< ~jI)rI_' ~~ CRIJ7~%AL i.~.~S IN ~~-,ilL]~] Systems of Accountability: Implen~enting ChilcImn's Healths l'?sa~ra'~ce Programs, llealth Care Services and Board on Children, Youths, ant! Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1998. When Children Die: Improving Palliative and End-of-Life Carefor Chilciren ant! Their Families, Seattle Sciences Policy, 2002. ~ ~ dit'cns tior HIV/~ see Pow Health) An Assessment of tile CDC Anthrax Vaccine Safety anc! EJ;cacy Research Program, Meclical Follow-Up Agency, 2002. The Anthrax Vaccine: Is It Safe? Does It Work?, Medical Follow-Up Agency, 20~)2. Bridging tile Gap Between Practice and Research: Forging Partnerships with Community-Based Drug and Alcohol Treatment, Neuroscience and Behavioral Heat, 1998. Clenri'~g the Air: Asth`~?a and Indoor Air Exposures, Healths Pro~notio'~ and Disease Prevention, 2000. Cor~sideratio'~s for Viral Disease Eradication: Lessons Learned amuck Future Strategies, A Workshop summary' Global Heat, 2002. Co/?tro! of Carcliovascular Diseases il? Developing Coquetries: Research, Develoyn~er~t, and Institutional Stre'~gtI~enir~g, International Health, 1998. Developing Tech'~ologiesfor Early Detection of Breast Cancer: A Public Workshop Summary, National Cancer Policy BoarcI, Institute of Mecticine/National Research Council, 2000. Diet and Health: Implications for Reclucing Chronic Disease Risk, Food and Nutrition Board, 1989. Disability in America: Towarc! a National Agencia for Preventions, Healths Sciences Policy, 1991. Dispelling the Myths About Aclcliction: Strategies to Increase Understanding and Strengthens Research, Neuroscience and Behavioral Health, 1997. Eat for Life: Tile Food and Nutrition Baarcl's Guicle to Rec/ucing Your Risk of Chronic Disease, Food and Nutrition BoarcI, 1992. The Emergence of Zoo'~otic Diseases: Unclerstanding bile Impact oil Animal anc! Hun~a'' Heart/, Global Health, 2002. I2.~4

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~~_\,'l~ .~7~) ~~.~ pi<~332~\ Ending Neglect: The Elimi'?atio'~ of Tuberculosis is the United States, Healths Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2000. E'?hanci/?g Data Systems to Prove the Q~'a/ity of Cancer Care, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 2000. F~/fi/ling the Potentia/ of Cancer Preventions ant/ Early Detection, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 2003. Imn~u'~ization Safety Review: Mens/es-M`~?ps-Rube//a Vaccine anc/ Autistic, Healths Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2001. Imn?ur?ization SafeW Review: Mu/tip/e In~'nu'~izations acid /mn~ur?e System Dysf~ction, Healths Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2002. 'n'~?u'?izatio'~ Safety Review: SV40 Contan?i'?ation of Polio Vaccine apace Cancer, Healths P~-o~notion acid Disease Prevention, 2002. In?~unization Safety Review: Thin?erosa/-Co'~taining Vaccines and Neurocleve/op',?e)~ta/ Disorders, bleat Promotion acid Disease Prevention, 200 1 . Im,v'-ovi'?g Pa//iative Care for Ca'?ce'Sumlt1a1y and Recolnn1endatiol1s, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 2001. Improving Pa/liative Carefor Cancer, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 2001. nterp'-eting the Vo/ume-Outcome Relationship in the Context of Cancer Care, Division Ott Earths anal Life Stuclies, 2001. Mammography ant! Beyond: Developing Technologies for Early Detection of Breast CancerA Non-Technical Summary, National Cancer Policy Board, Commission on Life Sciences, Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 2001. Ma~nn?ography ant! Beyond: Developing Techno/ogiesfor the Early Detection of Breast Cancer, National Cancer Policy Boat ci, Commission on Life Sciences, Institute of Medici'~e/National Reseal Cal Council, 2001 . Mnrijua'~a a!?4 Medicine: Assessing the Science Base, Neuroscience and Bel~avioral Heat, 1999. Marijuana as Medicine?: The Scie'?ce Beyonc! the Controversy, Neuroscience acid Behavioral Healths, 2000.

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~~,n,~' 7~.~` i. tori 7~. cr~ j76~,6t ~~i '~s it;\ <-At 77/ The Medicare Coverage of Routine Scheming for Thyroid Dysp,'~ctio'~, HeattI Care Services, 2003. New partr?ers/lipsfor cf c/lar~gi!?g Environment: W/?y Drag and Alcohol Treatment Providers ant/ Researchers Need to Collaborate, Neuroscience ant! Behavioral Healths, 1999. Review of the Ce/?tersfor Disease Cont'Ao! and Prever~tion's Smallpox Vaccination Pregnant Imple'~entatio'?, Letter Report #1, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2003. Review of the Ce/2tersfor Disease Congo/ and Preventions Sn~n/Ipox Vaccination Program Implementation?, Letter Report #2, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2003. Review of the Ce'2tersfor Disease Contro/ and Prevention's Sn~a//pox Vaccination Programed Imp/en~entation, Letter Report #3, Health P'on~otion and Disease Prevention, 2003. Review of the Ce'2tersfor Disease Contro/ anc/ Preventior2's Sn~a//pox Vaccination Programed Imp/e~nentation, Letter Report #4, Health Promotion and Disease PI evention, 2003. TV Role of Co-occu'-ri'Zg Suli~stance Abuse nine/ Mental l//~ess ill Vio/e'~ce: A Workshop Stimmary, Neuroscience and Behavioral Healths, 1999. Scientific airy Policy Considerations in Deve/opi'~g Sma//pcx Vacci`~ntion Options: A Workshop Report, Healths Sciences Policy, 2002. Tuberculosis ill the Workplace, Healths Promotions and Disease Prevention, 200 1 . Veterans acid Agent Orange: Herbicide/Dioxin Exposure and Type 2 Diabetes, Healths Promotion ant] Disease Prevention, 2000. Vetera'?s ant! Agent Orange: Update 2000, Healths Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2001. Veterans and Agent Orange: Herbicicie/Dioxin Ex,vosure nnc/ Acute Myeloges~oats Leukemia it? the Chi/dre'~ of vietI?af77 Veterans, Health PI emotion and Disease Preventions, 2002. Drt'~' D`~;~, and I3~;~s Assessment of Future Scientific Needs for Live VarivIa Virus, Global Healths, 1 999. ~'.~6

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R~\r] A,!~) 0~1~3 My Tan Assessment of tile Safety of the Anthrax vaccine: Letter Report, Healths Promotion ant! Disease Prevention and Medical Follow-Up Agency, 2000. Assuring Data Quality anc! Valiclity in Clinical Trials for Regulatory Decision Making: A Workshop Report, Healths Sciences Policy, 1 999. Blaoc] and Blooc! Proc/ucts: Safety and Risk, Healths Sciences Policy, 1996. Blood Banking anc! Regulation: Procedures, Problems, and Alternatives, Health Sciences Policy, 1 996. recalling the Shots: In~n?unization Finance Policies ant] Practices, Healths Care Services, 2000. Chemical Alice Biological Terrorism: Research anc/ Development to Improve Civilian Meclical Response, Health Sciences Policy, 1998. Proving Civilian Meclical Response to Chemical or Biological Terrorist Incidents: l'~terim Report or Current Capabilities' Healths Sciences Policy, 1 998. ~Ir~ovatior' arc! Invention in Medical Devices: A Workshop Summary, Healths Sciences Policy, 2001. '?teractions of Drugs, Biologics, acid C/lenlica~s it? U.S. Military Forces, Medical Follow-Up Agency, 1996. Marijuana and Medicine: Assessing the Science Base, Neuroscience and Behavioral Health, 1999. Marijuana as Medicine?: The Science Beyond the Controversy, Neuroscience and Behavioral Healths, 2000. Microbial Threats to Health: Emergency, Detectio'?, cinch Response, Global Healths, 2003. Rational Therapeuticsfo' l'?fants ant! Children: A Workshop Summary, Healths Sciences Policy, 2000. Urgent Attention Neecled to Restore Lapsec] Acienovirus Vaccine Availability: A Letter Report, Medical Follow-Up Agency, 2000~ Vaccines for the 21st Centuty: A Toolfor DeCiSiOn11Inking, Healths Promotion acid Disease P~eve~tio~, 2000. ~ ~7 lo.

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IS 7~< I~(,[~-IrkE~ EAT iS~Sl'1~S I.\ Hl-,i\~] Ft7vironn1~i'`~! and oCL't~paiiOnd.l He~i'l) Clearing the Air: Asthma a'?d InCIOOr Air Exposures, Heath Promotion acid Disease Prevention, 2000. Environmental Medicine: Integrating a Missing Element into Medical ECIZICaTIOl], Healths Promotion amuck Disease Preventions, 1995. ~Expos',~^e oftI?eAme'Aican People to lodine-131 from Nevada Atomic BOn?b Tests: Review of the Nations Cancer Institute Report ant! Public Hec`Ith Implications. Health Care Services, joint witty tl~e Boarc! on Radiation Elects Research, 1 998. Henith nail the Environn?e'~t in the So''theaster/? United States: Relbuilding the Unit, Health Sciences Policy, 2002. ~Musculoskeletal Disorders aI?c] the Workplace: Low Back a`?c! Upper Extremities, Commission on Behaviorn' and Social Sciences and E4UCOtiol?, National Research Council, 2001. Protecting Yo~'t1? at Work: Health, Safety, ant/ Development of Working C1~ilciren am! Aclolescents ill the Uniter/ States, Board on CI~ild'e'~, Couple, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1998. Rebuilding tile Unit of Healths acid tile E'~vi~o`?ment: A New Vision of Environmental Health for the 21st CentrIly, Heath Sciences Policy, 2000. Rebuilc/ir?g tile Unity of Health I'm/ the Environment: A New Vision of Environme'?tal Health for the 21st Century, Healths Sciences Policy, 2001. Recluci'~g the B~'c/en of injury: Advancing Protection ant/ T'~eatn?e'?t, Healths Promotion ant! Disease Prevention, 1998. Review of the Disability Evaluation Stucly Design: Third Interin? Report, Seattle Care Services, 1999. Safe Wor/< in tile 21st Century: Ec/ucation and Training Needs for the Next Decac/e's Occupatio'?al SafeLy and Hea/th J'erson'~e/, Healths Sciences Policy, 2000. Science a'?c! Risk Communication: A Mi`~i-Symposium Sponsored/ by tile Rou`~c/tab/e 0~? Enviro'~menta/ Hea/th Sciences, Research, acid Medicine, Health Sciences Policy, institute of Medicine, 2001. Towatd knviro'~mel?ta/Justice: Research, Education, and Hea/th Po/~cy Needs, }lealth Sciences Policy 1999. 138

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~~!\7 A !~) ~~( (~1'~' A ~'~ 0r ~ ~ i/Tuberculosis in the Workplace, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 200 1 . rood' Nutritiot7' and Die' A ~ ~ _ ~ ' ~ Al ' ! ~ . ~ ~ r ~~ ~ t . ~ ~ ~ r Assessing xeaalt~ess In Military Women: I Ire Relat~onsl~'p of Body Composition, Nutrition, and Healt/?, Food and Nutrition Board, 1998. Caffeine for the Sustainment of Mental Task Pe~forma'?ce: Formuintios?s for Military Operations, Foocl and Nutrition Board, 2001. Diet nuc! Henith: Implications for Reducing Chronic Disease Risk, Foot! and Nutritious Board, 1989. Dietary Reference Intakes for Calcian~, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Vitamin D, ant! Fluoride, Foot! and Nutrition Board, 1997. Dietary Reference Stakes for Energy, Carbohydrate, Fiber, Fat, Fatty Acids, Cholesterol, Protein, and Amino Acicis, Food acid Nutrition Board, 2002. Dietary Reference Intakes for T/~ian~in Riboflavin Niacin vita~ni!? B6 Folate Vital B12 Pantothenic Acid Biotic and Choline, Food arid Nutrition Board, 1998. Dietary Reference I'~takesfor Vitamin? A Vitamin K Arsenic Boron Chromium Copper lodge Iron Manganese Molybclenum Nickel Silicon Canadian? and Zinc, Food and Nutrition Board, 2001. Dietary Reference Intakes for Vitamin C Vitamins E Selenium atoll Carotenoicis Food and Nutrition Board, 2000. Dietary Reference Intakes: A Risk-Assessment Mocle' for Establishing Upper Intake Levels for Nutrients Food and Nutrition Board, 1 998. Dietary Reference Intakes: Applications in Dietary Assessment Food and Nutrition Board, 2000. Dietary Reference Intakes: Applications in Dietary Planning Food and Nutrition Board, 2003. Dietary Reference Intakes: Proposed Definition of Dietary Fiber Food and Nutrition Boat, 2001. Dietary Risk Assessment ill tile WIC Program Food and Nutrition Board, 2002. Dioxides and Dioxi`1-like Co'1lpounds in the Food Supply: Strategies to Decrease Exposure Food and Nutritioll Board, 2003. ~ it{,:)

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fNH)~.s~i 11-~] my- CRIlY(~A! Is IN H~ Eat fo' Life: The Food and Nutrition Board's Gr~icle to Recluci'~g Your Risk of Chronic Disease, Food and Nutrition Board, 1992. Et?ha/?ci'?g the Regt`/atory Decision-Making Approval Process for Direct Food Ingredient Technologies: A Workshop Summary, Food and Nutrition Board, 1 999. Reinsuring Safe Food: Fron? Production to Co'~sufnytion, Food and Nutrition Board, joint witty tire Board on Agriculture7 1998. Evaluating Foot! Assistance Programs in an Era of Welfare Reform: Sun?ma'~y of a Workshop, Board on Children, Youths, anc! Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, joint with the Committee on National Statistics, 1 999. Evolution of Evide'~cefor Selectec! Nutrient and Disease Relationships, Food and Nutrition Board, 2002. Fooa' CI?e'~icals Coclex: First Supple'~e'?t to the Fourth EGlitiot?, Food acid Nutrition Board, 1997. Food Chemicals Coaiex: Second Supplement to the Fourth Editiot?, Food ant! Nutrition Board, 2000. Food Che`?~icals Codex: Third Supplement to the Fourth Edition, Food and Nutrition Board, 2001. Food Safety l~olicy, Science, and Risk Assessment: Strengthening tile Connection: Wor-ks/~op Proceedings, Food ant! Nutrition BoarcI, 2001 High-E'~ergy, Nutrient-Dense, Emergency Relief Food Product, Food acid Nutrition Boarc:l, 2002. Letter Report on tile Dietary Reference Intakesfor Trans Fatty Acids, Draw'~from the Report on Dietary Reference Intakes for Energy, Carbol~yci'~ate, Fibe`, Fat, Fatty Acids, C1~oleste'Aol, Protein and An~ir~o Acids, Foocl and Nutrition Boarcl, 2001. Military Strategies for Sustainment of Nutrition arid Imr~aut~e Function in the Field, Food acid Nutrition Board, 1999. Nutritious During Lactation, Food and Nutrition BoarcI, 1991. Nutritior? During Pregnancy: Part 1: Weight Gain, Part2: Nutrient Supplen?e`?ts, Foot! and Nutrition Board, 1990. Nutrition Labeling: Issues airy Directions for the l990s, Food and Nutrition Board, 1990.

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-'I A,l~li) ~3~),~( pi<~30~\ Proposed Framework for Evaluating the Safety of Dietary S'~pple'~e'~ts, Food acid Nutrition Board, 2002. Reclucing Stress Fracture in Physically Active Military Women, Food anti Nutrition Board, 1998. Utile Role of Nutrition in Mai'~tai'7ing HenIth in the Nation's Eleterly: Evaluating Coverage of Nutrition Services for the Medicare Population, Food and Nutrition Board, 2000. The Role of Proteins ant! Amino Acids in Sustaining acid E'~hnncing Performance, Food ant! Nutritious Board, 1999. Scientific Criteria to Ensure Safe Food, Food acid Nutrition Board, 2003. Seafood Safety, Food acid Nutrition Board, 1991. Weighing the Options: Criteria for Evaluating Weig/'t-Ma'~agen~e''t Programs, Food ant! Nutritious Board, 1995. Weight Manage~ne'~t: State of the Science ant! Opportunities for Military Programs, Food and Nutritious Board, 2003. GI0hal `-~d i/ lIealIb Americans Vita! Interest in Global Health: Protecting O'er People, Enhancing Our Economy, am! Acivanci'~g Our International Interests, International Healths, 1 997. Assessment of Future Scientific bleeds for Live Variola Virus, Global Health, 1 999. Biological Threats acid Terrorism: Assessing the Science and Response Capabilities: A Workshop Summary, Global Healths, 2003. Co'~sequer~ces of Viral Disease Eradication: Addressing I'ost-lmn?u'7izatio Cages: A Workshop SumI7latAy, Global Healths, 2003. Control of Cardiovascular Diseases in Developing Countries: Research, Develo~n?ent, anc! Institutional Strengthening, International Healths, 1998. Emerging Infections: Microbial Threats to Health in the United States, l~ternatio'~al Healths, 1992. Emerging Infectious Diseasesiro'~ the Global to Local Perspective: A Workshop Sun~n~ary, Global Healths, 2001.

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I3~/~! Halite- I4~..,'l~i! !PiS>^ CRI/~A! i\~' IES IN itI<,ilL711 Setting the Course: A Strategic Visional Los Ange/es Workshop, Health Care Services, 2003. for l'~mr`~ization, Part 3--Sum~na~y of the Stnte Programs Can Reduce Tobacco Use' National Cancer Policy Board, institute of Mecticine/National Research Council, 2000. Taking Action to Reduce Tobacco Use, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1998. Vaccines for the 21st Century: A Toolfor Decisio~lmaking, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2000. Veterans and Agent Orange: He~bicide/Dioxin Exposure and Acute Myelogenous Leukemia in tile Children of Vietnam Veteran, Healths Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2002. Veterans and Ageist Orange: Update 2002, Healtl~ Promotion and Disease Preve~tio~, 2003. Who Will Keep tile Public Healt/~y: Educating Public Health Professiona/sfor the 21st Century, Healtl~ Promotion and Disease Prevention' 2002. A S/~a~ed Destiny: COn~mUnILY Elects of Uni'~s''ra'~ce, Healtl~ Care Services, 2003. An1erica's Health Care Safety Net: Intact but Endangered, Health Policy Programs alla Fellowships, 2000. An Assessment of the CDC Anthrax Vaccine Safety and Efficacy Research Program, Medical Follow-Up Agency, 2002. Approaching Death: Improving Care at the Eked of Life, Healths Care Services, 1 997. Biologica/ Threats and Her r orisn?: Assessing the Science and Response Capabilities' Global Healths, 2002. Calling the Shots: In~munizatio'? Finance Policies I'm/ Practices, Healths Care Services, 2000. CDC Anthrax Vaccine Safer acid EfJicclcy Research Progra'7~: l`~teri`?2 Report, Medical Follow-Up Agency, 2001. Chemical acid Bio/ogical Terrorism: Research anc! Developr~e'~t to l~nprove Civilian Medical Response, Healths Sciences Policy, 1998.

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~~_fy7-A'~) ~.~1~3 pi<~33~p'\ Chilc/~n of /n~migrants: Health, Ac/justme'~t, acid Public Assistance, Board Ott CI~ilcIren, Youth, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1999. Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Hea/tI~ Systewfor the 21st Century, Heath Care Services, 2001. Emerging Infections: Microbia/ Tl?reats to Health in the United States, International Health, 1992. Etching Neglect: The E/imi/?atio'~ of Tubercu/osis ill the United States, Healths Promotions ant! Disease Prevention, 2000. Enhcl/~cing tile Regu/atory Decision-Maki/?g Approva/ Process for Direct Fooc/ Ingreclie'~t Tech'~o/ogies: A Workshop Summary, Food anc! Nutrition Board, 1 999. Envisioning the National Health Care Quality Re,vort, Healthy Care Services, 200 1 . Evaluating Food Assistance Programs in an Era of We/fare Reform: Summary of a Workshop, Food and Nutrition Board, joint with tire Committee on National Statistics, National Research Council, 1999. Evaluation of Vaccine Purchase Fi'~ar~cit~g in the United States, Healths Care Services, 2003. Exp/ori'~g Chal/enges, Progress, a/?4 New Moclelsfor Engaging the Public in the Clinica/ Research/ Enterprise: A Workshop Swn~mary, Health Sciences Policy, 2003. Heart/ Insurance Is a Family Matter, Healths Care Services, 2002. Hicicien Costs, Value Lost: Uninsurance in America, Healths Care Services, 2003. nfor/natio/~ Tracking: How Information Influences the Health Policy Process Tire Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowships Program, Institute of Medicine, 1997. Leadership by Example: Coorclir~ating Government Rnies in 1!n!,rovin~ HPl71th Care Quality Healths Care Services, 2002. -rid Ma'?agec] Care Systems alibi Emerging I'7fectio'~s: Opportunities for Stre'~gtheni'~gSurveilla'~ce Research and prevention Health Sciences Policy, 2000.

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~ ~~ A ~~r,~~j ~~x (~ek,[1rY(~,~4L jFS,\~;~S I~ Hli-AI~] Medicare Laboratory Payment Policy: Now and ill the Future' Healths Care Services, 2000. No Time to Lose: Getting More from HIV Prevention, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2000. Morgan P'-ocu'-ement amI~aI?sp/antation: Assessing curie/?" Policies and t/`e Potentia/ Impact ofthe DHHS Fina/ Rule, Healths Sciences Policy, 1999. Preparingfor Terrorism: Toolsfor Evaluating the Metropolitan Medical Response System Program' Health Sciences Policy, 2002. Responsible Research: A Systems Approach to Protecting Research Participants, Seattle Sciences Policy, 2002. The Rale of Acarlen~ic HealtI' Centers ire the 21st Century, Healths Care Set vices, 2003. Scientific Alice Policy Co'~siderntio'~s ill Developing Smallpox Vacci'?c~tio'~ Options: A Workshop Report, Healths Sciences Policy, 2002. Scientific Opportunities acid Public Neecis: Improving Prio'ity Setting anc/ Public li?pUt at the National Institutes of HealtIz, Healtl~ Sciences Policy, 1998. State Programs Call Reduce Tobacco Use, National Cancer Policy Board, l~stitute of Medicine/National Research Council, 2000. Taking Action to Retrace Tobacco Use, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1998. Toolsfor Evaluating the Metropolitan Meclica/ Response System Program: Phase 1 Report, Health Sciences Policy, 2001. The Unequa/ Burdens of Cancer: An Assessn~e'?t of NIH Research anc! Programs for Ethnic Minorities and the Meclica//y fJ'~derservecl, Healths Sciences Policy, 1 999. Uninte`?cle~i Consequences of Hea/t/' Policy Programs cant Policies: A Workshop Summary, Tire Robert Wood Robinson Healths Policy Fellowships Program, Institute of Medicine, 2001. vv(.~s H(~.~n The Best l`~te'~tio'~s: U'~i'~te'~decl Pregnancy ant! the Well-Being of Chi/`Jre'~ ancl Families, Healths Promotion Alice Disease Prevention, 1995.

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it'-- A,l\~) Ul)~-~' pi`~30p'pi Clinical App/icatio'~s of Mifepristone (RU486J acid Other Antiprogesti'~s: Assessing the Science ant! Recommencli'?g a Research Agenc/a, Health Promotion acid Disease Prevention, 1993. Contraceptive Research, l'~troduction, ant! Use: Lessonsirom No~plant, Health Sciences Policy, 1998. Deve/opi'?g Technologies for Early Detection of Breast Cancer: A Public Summary Workshop, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council, 2000. Exploring the Biologicn! Contributions to Han Health: Does Sex Matter? Healths Sciences Policy, 2001. Information for Women about the Safety of Silicone Breast ImPIantS, Healths Promotion anti Disease Prevention, 1999. In Her Lifetime: Female Morbidity and Mortality l'~ternational Healths, 1996. in Sub-Saharan Africa, I'~ Her OWJ] Right: TO Institute of Medici'~e's Guicle to Wos~?en's Healt/? Issues, by Bery! Lieff Beverly for tire Institute of Medicine, 1997. Lesbians Health: Current Assess'~?e`~t amuck Directions for the Future, Neuroscience and Behavioral Health and Health Sciences Policy, 1999. Nutritious During Lactations, Food and Nutrition Board, 1991. Nutrition During Pregnancy: Part 1: Weight Gai'?, Part 2: Natty Tat Supple`~,ents, Food and Nutrition Board, 1990. Recking the Odds: Preventing Peril1atal Transmission of HIV in the United States, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention and Board on Children, Youths, and Families, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council, 1998. Safety of Silicone Breast l~nplallts, HealtIl Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2000. tJ P(-OM' N(.' WE P(~S (~H R() talc., ~ 2~04~) Clinical Research Involving Children, Healths Sciences Policy. ~ ;;~ )

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Act--- A, U]~5~' Rl<~30~r~: Fnv`~nmental `~70 0~] Aft. At Damp Indoor Spaces and Hea/th, Healths Promotions and Disease Prevention. Enviro'?mental Hea/th l'~clicators, Health Sciences Policy. Fo o d' Alu Iritio r'/ ~ [' ~ Die ~ Dietary Reference Intakes for E/ectro/ytes ant! Water, Food a'~c! Nutrition Boa~-cI. Dietary Reference Intakes, Hea/th l~rofessiona/s Versio'', Foot! and Nutritious BoarcI. EVQ/UatiOn of the Addition of Ingreciients New to Infant Formula, Food and Nutrition BoarcI. Food Chemicals Coclex, Food and Nutrition Board. Framework for Eva/uati'~g t/~e Safer of Dietaty Supp/e~ne`~ts, Food Alice Nutrition Boat. Metabolic Monitoring Techr~o/ogies for Military Field App/icatio'~s, Food and Nutrition Boat. Preventio`, of Obesity i!? C1~i/dre'~ a'~d Youth, Food and Nutritious Board. Process to Icle'~tify anal Assess the Ur~ir~te'~cled Effects of Ger~etica//y Engi'~eerec! Foocis off Hungary Health, Food Alice Nutrition Board and Healths Promotion and Disease Prevention. Use of Dietary Reference lf?takes in Nutritious Labeling, Foot] and Nutrition Board. Clo6~] and .~tiO`~.] tIe`~h Antin?alarinis, Global Health. Ensnaring an Infectious Disease Workforce, Global Healths. ImPrOVIng Birth Defects in Developing Countries, Global Heath. Improving Birth Outcomes in Developing Countries, Global Healths. Linking Infectious Agents ant! Chronic Disease, Global Healths. SARS: Where Do We Go From Here?, Global Healths.

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fN~ks~lIl~i 111~ i- 6~,1: iS~S Off ~~-Al711 [fe`~h Care Ii Trait'`~ FtItication, ai~d Workiforce Educating Public Health Professionals for tile 21st Century, Healths Promotion and Disease Prevention. '?corporatir~g Behavioral apace Social Sciences in Medical School Curricula, Neuroscience and Behavioral Healths. Incorporating Research into Psychiatry Residency Training, Neuroscience and Behavioral Healths. Increasing tile Diversity ofthe Health Care Workforce, Healths Sciences Policy. Institutional and Policy-Leve! Strategies for Increasing the Racial ant! Ethnic Diversity of the U.S. Healthcat~e Workforce, Healths Sciences Policy. Trai''i'?g Clinical Researchers, Healths Sciences Policy. Work Et?vironn~e'~tfor Nurses acid Patient Safety, Healths Care Services. Health Care Ser vice up QuaI'ty of Care AcIt`It Survivorship of Cancel; National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Mecticine/National Research Council. Aerospace Meclici'~e aid the Medici''e of Extreme Enviror?me'`ts, Health Sciences Policy. Assessing the Need for CIi'?ical Trials of Testosterone Rep~aceme!?t Therapy ill OIcler Men, Health Sciences Policy. Building a 21st Century Community Health Care System in R~'ral America, Healths Care Services. Crossing the Quality Chasm st~mn?it: Redesigning Care awl Improving Health in the Priority Areas, Healths Care Services. Data Sta'?ciarcis for Patient Safety, Healths Care Set vices. Hen/t1? Literacy, Neuroscience and Behavioral Healths. Improving Birth Outcomes in Developing Countries, Global Health. Meeting the Psychosocial Needs of Wome/? with Breast Cancer, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Medicine/National Research Council. Medico/ega! Deati? Investigation Systen? Workshop, Health Promotion ant] Disease Ptevention.

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PE(~`SY7- AJJ\~) I ~33~\ l~ub/ic Financing a'?d Delivery of HIV Care, Healths Promotion and Disease Preventions. Aryan White CAREAct: DataforResourceA//ocatio)?, Planning, c~ndEva/uation, Healths Promotion ant] Disease Prevention Shorte'?ing the Ti~ne/ine for New Cancer Treatments, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Meclici~e/National Research Council. Strategies Alice Mocie/s for Providing the Benefits of Heart/ Insurance, Healths Care Services. The Future of Poison Preve'?tio'? anc! Contro/ Services, Healths Pro~notio~ and Disease Prevention. Use of Complementary ant! Alternative Medicine (CA MJ by the American Public, Healths P~on~otion and Disease Preventions. Work E!1VirollI]?entfor Nurses a!?4 Patient Safety, Health Care Services. Health SCIenreS and BiolI7~l ReSearCh Accelerating t/~e Research/, Develoyn?ent ant! Acquisition of Medical Counter measures Against Biological Warfare Agents, Medical Follow-Up Agency. Aerospace Medicine and the Medicine of Extreme Environments, Healths Sciences Policy. Assessing the Neerl for Clinical Trin/s of Testosterone Reo/c~cement T/~er~avv in O/cler Men, Healths Sciences Policy 1 ~ Reassessment of Natior~a/ Institutes of Hea/th Centers of Exce//el~ce Programs, Healths Sciences Policy. Centers for Exce//ence at NIH, Health Sciences Policy. C/inica/ Research/ Involving Chi/ciren, Healths Sciences Policy. Long-Ter'~ Hea/th Elects of Participation in Project SHAD, Medical Follow-Up Agency. New Approaches to Early Detections acid Diagnosis of Breast Cancer, National Cancer Policy Boat, Institute of Mecticine/National Reseal clot Council. New Frontiers In Contraceptive Research, Health Sciences Policy. Process to Identify awl Assess the Unintended Effects of Genetically Engineered Foods on Human Hea/th, Food ant! Nutrition Board.

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3~l\~.IJ~Nlff ilk--- limit ~~ 6~Al [~St ~~S liV ~~-AL711 NASA's Longitudinal Stt~cly of Astronaut Healt/~, Healths Sciences Policy. Shorte'~i'?g the Tin7e Line for New Cancer Treat'~7e'?ts, National Cancer Policy Board, l~stitute of Medicine/National Research Council. S,vina/ Cord Injury: Strategies i!? a Search for a Caere, Neuroscience and Behavioral Heat. Tra'~smissib/e Spongifort~ E)~cepha/opathies, Assessment of the Re/erc~nt Science, Medical Follow-Up Agency. fiend] and 8ehat~! ] ~~lf~ Neurosc`~e Incorporating Be/ n viora/ an c! Socia/ Sciences in Meclicn/ Schoo/ Curricula, Neuroscience and Behavioral Healths. 1~7corporati'~g Research i''to Psychiatry Resicler7cy Training, Neuroscience and Behavioral Health. Meeting the Psychosocia/ Neecis of Wo'~?e'? with Breast Cancer, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council. Spinal Cord Injury: Strategies li a Search for a Caere, Neuroscience and Bel~avio~-al Health. Military aild V: Accelerating the Research, Development and Acquisition of Meclical Countermeasures Against Biological Warfare Agents, Medical Follow-Up Agency. Acoustic Trauma in Veterans' Medical Follow-Up Agency. Health Elects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides (Agent Oranges, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Historic Exposure Reconstruction Mocle! for Herbicides in Vietnam: Phase 111. Healths Promotion and Disease Prevention. Injection Drug Users Natural History, Medical Follow-Up Agency. Lo'?g-term Follow-up ofArmy Personnel Potentially Exposecl to Chemical Warfare Agents, Meclical Follow-Up Age lacy. Metal)olic Monitoring Tec/~nologies for Military Fielc! Applications, Food ant! Nutrition Board

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RE(~-/YYE A.\'/: Or pi<~30~ M''lti,vie Sclerosis in Veterans of Vietnam anc' Later Service, Medical Follow-Llp Agency. Patterns of l//ness and Care Before Deployment to the Persian Gulf War, Medical Follow-Up Agency. Rena/ Seque/ae of Hemorrhagic Fever with Rena/ SyncI'^on?e (HFRSJ, Medical Follow-lJp Agency. Puflit~ tIe~h and Pret~:it'n Accelerating the Research, Development and Acquisition of Medica/ Countern?easatres Against Bio/ogica/ Warfare Agents, Medical Follow-Up Agency. Bui/cling a 21st Century Con~n?u`~ity Health Care System ill Rura/ America, Health Care Services. Damp l'~cloor Spaces ant! Hen/th, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Eva/untion of the Addition of Ingreclie`?ts New to leant For~nu/a, Food acid Nutrition Board. Framework for Evaluating the SafeW of Dietary suppten?ents' Food acid Nutritious Board. Heart/ Literacy, Neuroscience and Behavioral Healths. l~nmunization Safety Review: Influenza con?p~ications, Healths Promotions and Disease Prevention. Vaccine anc! Neurological Injection Drug Users Natural History, Medical Follow-Up Agency. New Approaches to Early Detection ant! Diagnosis of Breast Caprice'; National Cancer Policy BoarcI, Institute of Medicine/Natio'~al Research Council. Prevention of Obesity ill Chilciren anti Youth, Food and Nutrition Board acid Health Promotion ant! Disease Prevention. Public Financing and Delivery of HIV Care, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Ryan White CARE Act: Data for Resource A/Iocation, Planning, am Evaluation, Healtl~ Promotion and Disease Prevention. Sn~alipox Vaccination Program l''~ple'~?e'~tntion, Healths Promotion anti Disease Prevention.

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Or ~ bowl,/< i4~ [rid Jo AM l\~~ ~5 /\ ~~ ~~/ The Fut'`re of Poison Prevention and Control Services, Health Promotions and Disease Prevention. Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAMJ by t/~e Americans Public, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. pushy PohC37 Centers for Exce//ence at NIH, Health Sciences Policy. Crossing the Qua/ity Chasm Sunlit: Redesigning Care ant! Improving Health ire the Pt~iori~ Areas, Heath Care Services. Framework for Evaluating the Safety of Dietary Swpp/e~nents, Food ant! Nutrition Board. Proving Birth Outcomes In Developing Countries, Global Health. Instit~'tiona/ and Policy /eve/ Strategies fo' l'~crensing tile Rncin/ and Ethnic Diversity ofthe U.S. Hea/thcare Wor/`force, Healths Sciences Policy. Prevention of Obesity in Children ant/ Youth, Food and Nutritious Board acid Health P'omotion anti Disease Preve~tio~. Public Financing acid Delivery of HIV Care, Healths Promotion and Disease Prevention. Aryan White CARE Act: Data for Resource A/Iocation, Planning, and Evaluation, Healths Promotion ant! Disease Prevention. Smallpox Vaccination Program Implen~e'~tation, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Strategies and Models for Providing tile Benefits of Health Ir~s~,rance, Health Care Services. W. n(~.~h Meeting the Psychosocin! Needs of Women with Breast Cancer, National Cancer Policy Board, Institute of Meclicine/National Research Council. New Approaches to Early Detection and Diagnosis of Breast Cancer, National Cancel Policy Board, Institute of Me(licine/National Reseal Cal Council. New Frontiers in Contraceptive Research, Health Sciences Policy.