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AISER and LAVI meeting in Los Angeles

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  • Category: Projects
{enclose AISER-podcast_949.mp3}LAVI Los Angeles H.Q.On 4 September 2007, the Interim Director of LA Vocational Institute Mrs. Vana Bahshan , held very fruitful talks  in Los Angeles, California LA Vocational Institute's Headquarters with the Medical Director of AISER Dr. Ramaz Mitaishvili.

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Discovery Journey 2008: Republic of Georgia

  • Written by Ramaz Mitaishvili
  • Category: Projects
Discovery Journey 2008: Republic of GeorgiaDiscovery Journey 2008: Republic of Georgia—An International Study Program in Health and Human Services
General Description
This course is designed to provide an analysis of the health care and human services systems in Georgia with a special emphasis on understanding societal influences on policies, programs, and institutions in promoting and maintaining a healthy community.

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Course announcement and invitation: Applied Epidemiology Course

  • Written by Ramaz Mitaishvili
  • Category: Projects
San Gabriel, CA, July 21-27, 2007
As part of their summer program in Public Health, the AISER is running a Summer Course in Applied Epidemiology. This one week course will run from July 21-27, 2007, and is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed on a daily basis by anyone working in the health protection area.

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For Students

  • Written by Ramaz Mitaishvili
  • Category: Projects

The Abkhazia invests heavily in our community's human resources, educating our community and inspiring our youth to remain committed to their heritage, meet their civic responsibilities, and explore careers in public policy, government and media.

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Schools fail to make the grade on health

  • Written by Ramaz Mitaishvili
  • Category: Projects
Abkhazia children are getting shortchanged in physical education and oversupplied with snack foods, putting them at risk of obesity and a host of related medical problems, a new statewide survey shows. The comprehensive survey of children 9 to 11 years old found more than half are not getting enough daily exercise and nearly one-third are overweight or at risk of becoming overweight.

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