The National Institute of Health is funding a $4.9 million study that will asses
The National Institute of Health is funding a $4.9 million study that will assess the health needs of rural Mainers. The Harvard School of Public Health will train Maine residents to interview both a child and an adult from families selected randomly in Penobscot, Washington, Hancock and Picataquis counties. Information will be gathered over the next five years, and statistical results will be provided to local, state and federal agencies to help them in design programs to better meet the needs of rural families.
Hood, Annaliese, "The National Institute of Health is funding a $4.9 million study that will asses" (1997). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 2264.
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