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David W. Newton

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David W. Newton is a board certified pharmacist and also has been a board member for boards of examiners for the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy since 1983. His areas of expertise are primarily pharmaceuticals as well as cannabinoids. You can read an article about his expertise in CBD on the National Library of Medicine.

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Health Related Behavior Study 2018 – Sexual Health & Behavior Within the Active Personnel

Health Related Behavior Study 2018 – Sexual Health & Behavior Within the Active Personnel
The Health-Related Behavior Survey (HRBS) is the US Department of Defense's (DoD) primary survey of the health, health behaviors and well-being of military personnel. The HRBS, which has ...
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Health Related Behavior Study 2018 – General Sexual Health and Sexual Orientation of Reservists

Health Related Behavior Study 2018 – General Sexual Health and Sexual Orientation of Reservists
The Health Behavior and Behavior Survey (HRBS) is the US Department of Defense's (DoD) primary survey of the health, health behaviors and well-being of military personnel. The HRBS, ...
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Technicians for Behavioral Health – Enhancing the Reach of Behavioral Health Care in the Military

Technicians for Behavioral Health – Enhancing the Reach of Behavioral Health Care in the Military
Behavioral health technicians are military personnel who work alongside licensed mental health providers such as psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, psychologists and social workers. They are caregivers who help the ...
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Sharing the Costs of War – Military Caregivers

Sharing the Costs of War – Military Caregivers
They are wives, husbands, mothers and fathers, good neighbors who check in, best friends who help. They sacrifice their time, their work and even their health to provide ...
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Health Related Behavior Study 2018 – A Comparison of Active and Reservists

Health Related Behavior Study 2018 – A Comparison of Active and Reservists
The Health Behavior and Behavior Survey (HRBS) is the US Department of Defense's (DoD) primary survey of the health, health behaviors and well-being of military personnel. The HRBS, ...
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Department of Defense – Fit for Duty by Compensation of Disabilities

Department of Defense – Fit for Duty by Compensation of Disabilities
Employees may become injured or ill in the performance of their duties so that they are unable to perform their duties. In these situations, the hired person may ...
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Transgender Troops in the Military – Fit for Duty

Transgender Troops in the Military – Fit for Duty
Army Captain Jennifer Peace felt like she could finally breathe. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter announced on television from Peace's office that she could serve in public, as ...
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Improving Interoperability between Medical Personnel in the U.S. Military

Improving Interoperability between Medical Personnel in the U.S. Military
A case study of military surgical techniciansHow to harmonize medical training for all types of weapons? Currently, the Air Force, Army and Navy maintain their own schools and ...
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Response to and Management of Anthrax Incidents of the Department of Defense

Response to and Management of Anthrax Incidents of the Department of Defense
Between March 14 and 18, 2005, possible anthrax incidents occurred at three Department of Defense (DoD) postal facilities in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C.: the Pentagon's Remote Delivery ...
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Casualty Care in Combat – View on the Future

Casualty Care in Combat – View on the Future
The 2018 National Defence Strategy showed that the global security environment and the nature of the threats that the United States must prepare for in future combat operations ...
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