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A Acknowledgments The committee thanks the associations and organizations that assisted the committee by disseminating the questionnaire and all of the individual respondents who took the time to complete the questionnaire, provide the committee with their views, and describe their experiences (Appendix B). Additionally, the committee expresses its appreciation to the workshop participants listed in Appendix C and to those individuals listed below who provided input to the committee. Stacey Arnesen National Library of Medicine William Carey Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Linda Clever California Pacific Medical Center Ann Cox American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Tamas Doszkocs National Library of Medicine Gale Dutcher National Library of Medicine Odelia Funke Environmental Protection Agency Jeanne Goshorn National Library of Medicine Larry Green University of Colorado School of Medicine Mike Hazard National Library of Medicine A.C. Howerton Micromedex, Inc.

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Kathy Kirkland Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics Donald A.B. Lindberg National Library of Medicine Jane Lipscomb National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Carol Maczka National Research Council Nina Matheson Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Donald Mattison University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health Clifford Mitchell Johns Hopkins University Alan Nelson American Society of Internal Medicine Paul Pentel American College of Medical Toxicology George Rodgers American Association of Poison Control Centers Bonnie Rogers University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill David Sandler National Research Council Harold Schoolman National Library of Medicine Anthony Scialli Georgetown University Hospital Melvin Spann National Library of Medicine Dorothy Stroup National Library of Medicine Sandra Susten Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Diane Wagener National Center for Health Statistics Phil Wexler National Library of Medicine