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Thu Oct 16 17:59:27 2014 UTClccn-no20030419880.00The history and evolution of tactical emergency medical support and its impact on public safety0.431.00Tactical emergency medical support /41526838no20030419886036021lccn-no2006048576Greenstreet, Steven1979-prodrtlccn-n97073659Huckabee, Mike1955-lccn-no95009945LaBute, Neillccn-n80067178Nader, Ralphlccn-n82029644Clinton, Bill1946-lccn-no2009087765ShineBox Media Productionslccn-n88238874Brownback, Sam1956-lccn-n79085101Schwarzenegger, Arnoldlccn-n79102709Brownell, Kelly D.lccn-no2009087751Pate, EliasproCarmona, Richard H.Popular worksCase studiesUnited StatesObesityNutritionFood habitsLifestyles--Health aspectsCarmona, Richard HUnited States.--Public Health Service.--Office of the Surgeon GeneralUnited States.--Public Health Service.--Regular CorpsSelf-care, HealthMental efficiencyBrain--Aging--PreventionBrainOsteoporosis--PreventionOsteoporosisFracturesBones--Diseases--PreventionBones--DiseasesPolice--Supervision ofPolice--Special weapons and tactics unitsHispanic AmericansBocca, Julio,Muñoz Marín, Luis,Cruz, Victor Hernández,Rodriguez, Robert,Lobo, RebeccaCarpentier, Alejo,Leguizamo, JohnAlegría, ClaribelEcheverría, Luis,Jobim, Antonio CarlosGonzales, Pancho,Julia, RaulBraga, Sonia,Paredes, Américo,Ginastera, Alberto,Cardenal, ErnestoGarciaparra, Nomar,Banderas, AntonioRestrepo, LauraTejada, Miguel,Mendoza, LydiaCofer, Judith Ortiz,Picasso, Pablo,Guillén, Nicolás,Fernandez, Mary Joe,Arias Sánchez, ÓscarMartin, RickyIglesias, Julio,Montoya, Carlos,Prida, Dolores1994200220032004200520092010201415942027616.3980973RA645.O23ocn7807134845091ocn317962830visu20090.21Killer at largeCase studiesUncover the causes of obesity and the unprecedented rates in which it is spreading in the United States, and learn ways that might reverse the trend that is projected to affect 75% of Americans within the next ten years2603ocn830030382book20140.12Carmona, Richard HCanyon Ranch : 30 days to a better brain --a groundbreaking program for improving your memory, concentration, mood, and overall well-beingPopular worksWhen it comes to aging, most of us understand how to keep our bodies healthy and fit, but few of us know where to begin when it comes to taking care of our brains. Do you want to improve your memory, sharpen your thinking, increase your attention span, and boost your mental energy? If so, Dr. Richard Carmon provides all the information you need--including healthy living tips, step-by-step exercises, recipes, and a thirty-day program for maximizing your brain function1901ocn457911093visu0.74What is osteoporosis?Popular worksDefines and describes osteoporosis for the layperson. Includes comments by Dr. Lawrence Raisz, Director, University of Conn. Center for Osteoporosis and Richard Carmona, M.D., U.S. Surgeon General1901ocn460196571visu0.70Protect your bonesPopular worksDescribes medical, dietary, and exercise-related preventive measures for osteoporosis and other bone diseases. Includes comments by Richard Carmona, M.D., U.S. Surgeon General, and a referral to the Surgeon General's report, "Bone Health and Osteoporosis: What It Means to You."22ocn070905915com20031.00Tactical emergency medical support22ocn665140890art2003Carmona, Richard HControversies in tactical emergency medical support22ocn665140882art2003Carmona, Richard HThe history and evolution of tactical emergency medical support and its impact on public safety11ocn054352341visu20031.00World AIDS Day observanceAt an event marking World AIDS Day, Surgeon General Carmona and others spoke about the state of the AIDS pandemic, treatment and prevention, and funding global efforts for AIDS relief11ocn252825209visu20051.00Hurricane Katrina responseSecretary Chertoff reported on his trip to the Gulf Coast with the president the previous day to witness the extent of the damage done by Hurricane Katrina and the suffering of the people affected. He said that the federal government is assuming a primary role in the relief effort and gave an operational update. Surgeon General Carmona reported on what medical facilities were being supported and on volunteer assistance. Rear Admiral Whitehead reported on the Coast Guard rescue operations and on the re-opening of waterways. Then Secretary Chertoff answered questions from reporters. Topics included the state-federal model of utilizing the military; coordination of efforts; maintaining law and order; and the dual nature and complexity of the disaster in New Orleans11ocn665141618art1994Carmona, Richard HTactical emergency medical services: an emerging subspecialty of emergency medicine11ocn694911054book20101.00Public health emergency preparedness & response : principles & practice11ocn051011929visu20021.00Terrorism and weapons of mass destructionDr. Carmona discusses terrorism history, threats, and preparedness. He emphasizes understanding the culture of terrorists, and notes that fear is the real epidemic instilled by terrorism11ocn660502375visu20051.00Teaching preparedness a seminar series for healthcare educators(Producer) The HRSA Bioterrorism Training and Curriculum Development Program reviewed the existing professional curricula at four of Columbia's schools and created disaster-related content and educational competencies that are essential for all graduating health professionals. The competencies have been divided into four presentations and discussions on how to teach emergency preparedness for disasters, terrorism, and public health emergencies to health care students11ocn159938878visu20041.00Eliminating racial and ethnic health disparitiesHealth officials talked about the quality of health care for minority groups in the U.S. Among the topics they addressed were disparities in services offered, health literacy among minorities, access to care, and programs to end health disparities. Following their remarks they answered questions from the audience11ocn733916491visu20031.00Carmona, Richard HNAMI "Campaign for the mind of America"Surgeon General of the United States Richard Carmon and Dr. Thomas Insel, Director of the National Institute for Mental Health offer this promotion for the National Alliance on Mental Illness's "Campaign for the mind of America." They discuss the personal and economic aspects of mental illness, including the loss of work productivity and the impact of mental illness on the criminal justice system11ocn780713484book20040.53Kolman, John AThe Trials and Tribulations of Becoming a Swat CommanderCaptain Kolman (ret.), formerly of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, founder and first Director of the National Tactical Officers Association, and who authored one of the first SWAT textbooks in 1982, now brings forth a unique book that not only captures the substantive information required by new SWAT commanders but also its culture. Successful resolution of critical incidents is most often the result of basic concepts and principles implemented by knowledgeable, experienced and well-trained personnel under the direction of decisive leaders, but new SWAT commanders may not have ben+-+658025348501ocn712765156visu2002Carmona, Richard HMeet the 17th USPHS Surgeon General VADM Richard Carmona3353ocn052183168book20030.70United StatesNomination : hearing before the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, second session, on Richard H. Carmona, of Arizona, to be Medical Director in the regular corps of the Public Health Service, and to be Surgeon General of the Public Health Service, July 9, 2002941ocn232533906file20030.25Contemporary hispanic biographyBiographyProvides informative biographical profiles of the important and influential persons of Latino heritage who form the international Hispanic community. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields, including art, music and literature to science, politics and business+-+137841232511ocn054540059art2003Carmona, RichardBiography+-+6580253485+-+6580253485Thu Oct 16 15:18:24 EDT 2014batch13649