The purpose of this study of the life and career of Dr. Carl
Leonard Anderson was to recount his professional contributions to
the field of health and relate these to public health and health education. The major emphasis of this study concerned Dr. Anderson's
The accomplishment of the...
In a story of his life Les reflects on what he
has gained and what he has lost while seeking success in
the moving and shifting of military and academic life
through homes and schools all over the United States.
He describes himself as between races, languages, and
BACKGROUND: In the prenatal period, women can have sustained contact with nurses and other clinicians, forming relationships that are likely to be health enhancing both for the woman and her unborn child. Yet first trimester care use in Oregon dropped noticeably over the past decade. In comparison with Washington State,...
International immersion experiences do not, in themselves, provide students with the opportunity to develop cultural competence. However, using an anthropological lens to educate students allows them to learn how to negotiate cultural differences by removing their own cultural filters and seeing events through the eyes of those who are culturally...
Two-way transmission of data on broadband community cable television systems is considered in this thesis. A discussion of the data transmission environment is presented which attempts to characterize the channel noise and interference which degrades data transmission performance. The analysis considers channel degradation resulting from additive gaussian noise and various...