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3 Schedule Time Agenda item Speaker(s) 09.30–10.00 Registration and refreshments Improving the reach of screening programmes 10.00–10.10 UK and Scottish context for screening and inequalities Chair: Professor Robert
NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY VOLUME 24 NUMBER 2 FEBRUARY 2006 167 Statistical practice in high-throughput screening data analysis Nathalie Malo 1,2, James A Hanley 2, Sonia Cerquozzi 1, Jerry Pelletier3 & Robert Nadon 1,4 High-throughput screening is an early critical step in drug discovery.
2 Tackling health inequalities: turning policy into practice? provide a greater understanding of the process of change. This may mean a more prominent role for action research. Those seeking to prioritise initiatives to address inequalities
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4 Reducing obesity and improving diet and nutrition, because the rapid increase in child and adult obesity over the past decade is storing up very serious health problems for the future if it is not addressed effectively now.
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3 Foreword by the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport and Minister for Social Services and Public Health The Healthy Child Wales Programme has been created following an NHS Wales-led
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