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    • Maternal and Child Health Services Title V needs assessment, July 15, 2010

    • Maternal health services--Oklahoma--Planning.; Child health services--Oklahoma--Planning.; Mothers--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.; Children--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.
    • The goals of the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS) are to provide a document with quality data specific to Oklahoma’s Maternal and Child Health (MCH) population groups that sets a...
    • Oklahoma emergency guidelines for schools

    • School nursing--Oklahoma.; Emergency medical services--Oklahoma.; Emergency nursing--Oklahoma.; School children--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.; Emergency medicine--Oklahoma.
    • These Emergency Guidelines are for use in the Oklahoma Public Schools.; The emergency guidelines are meant to serve as basic “what to do in an emergency” information for school staff without medical/nursing training when the school nurse is not...
    • CATCH : a coordinated approach to child health.

    • Health education (Elementary); Health education (Middle school).; Physical education and training--Study and teaching (Elementary); Physical education and training--Study and teaching (Middle school); Children--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.
    • Healthy habits are learned at a very young age. The Oklahoma State Department of Health realizes this and they are doing something about it.; OSDH is utilizing an evidence based program to fight obesity and teach children healthy habits that will...

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