ferences at which information derived from basic and applied research and from surveillance is exposed to public scrutiny.

In addition to internal and external program reviews, overall program evaluations can provide a high level of evaluation of the overall NIOSH program, with examples including recent National Academies studies (IOM and NRC, 2006; NRC and IOM, 2007). Such reviews are essential to help NIOSH maximize its impact on safety and health.



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