Prevention

Prevention may refer to:

General safety
  • Crime prevention
  • Hazard prevention, the process of risk study and elimination and mitigation in emergency management
  • Pollution prevention
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Risk prevention
  • Risk management
Health and medicine
  • Preventive medicine
  • Preventive Medicine (journal), a peer-reviewed medical journal
  • Prevention (magazine), an American healthy lifestyle magazine
Other
  • prevent defense, an American football defensive alignment
  • Prevention (album) (2009), an album by the Scottish indie-rock band De Rosa
  • Prevent (campaign), an anti-radicalization program in the United Kingdom

Other articles related to "prevention":

Lathyrism - Prevention
... The underlying cause for excessive consumption of grasspea is a lack of alternative food sources ... This is a consequence of poverty and political conflict ...
Risker - Practice Areas - Health
... Risks in personal health may be reduced by primary prevention actions that decrease early causes of illness or by secondary prevention actions after a person has clearly ... Tertiary prevention reduces the negative impact of an already established disease by restoring function and reducing disease-related complications ... with individual patients to obtain informed consent for secondary and tertiary prevention efforts, whereas public health efforts in primary prevention require education of the entire ...
Grid CC - Framework Programme 7 - KULTURisk
... KULTURisk project aims at developing a culture of risk prevention by evaluating the benefits of different risk prevention initiatives ... In order to demonstrate the advantages of prevention options, an original methodology will be developed, applied and validated using specific European case studies ... The benefits of state-of-the-art prevention measures, such as early warning systems, non-structural options (e.g ...

Famous quotes containing the word prevention:

    ... if this world were anything near what it should be there would be no more need of a Book Week than there would be a of a Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
    Dorothy Parker (1893–1967)