2 edition of European Community Atlas of Avoidable Death found in the catalog.
European Community Atlas of Avoidable Death
W. W. Holland
May 20, 1993
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
1. Author(s): Holland,Walter W(Walter Werner) Title(s): European community atlas of "avoidable death"/ edited by W.W. Holland. Country of Publication: England Publisher: Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, Background: Both overall mortality and avoidable mortality have decreased in recent years in most European countries. It has become clear that less privileged socioeconomic groups have an increased risk of death. In , most countries went into a severe economic recession, whose effects on the health of the population are still ongoing. While on the one hand, some evidence Cited by: 4.
Barry J, Avoidable Mortality as an Index of Health Care Outcome: Results from the European Community Atlas of 'Avoidable Death', Irish Journal of Medical Science, , (8), , p - Journal Article, The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam is a book by the British journalist and political commentator Douglas was published in the United Kingdom in May , and in June in the United : Douglas Murray.
(6) Responses (7) Responses Measuring the health of nations: analysis of mortality amenable to health care*Clinicians from Dhaka Community Hospital, Dhaka Medical College Hospital, and the Post Graduate Medical The authors of this paper, Ellen Nolte and MartinUniversity Hospital, selected because of their known active involvement in. Holland WW (ed): European Community Atlas Of ‘Avoidable Death’ Oxford, England, Oxford University Press, Google Scholar: Treurniet HF, Looman CWN, van der Maas PJ, et al: Variations in ‘avoidable’ mortality: A reflection of variations in incidence? Int J Epidemiol , Crossref, Medline, Google Scholar: Cited by: 2.
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European Community atlas of avoidable death. [Walter W Holland;] This book is the result of a project to collect and compare data on avoidable deaths within the EC. Rating: # Diseases--European Economic Community countries\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
European Community Atlas of "Avoidable Death": Volume One (CEC Health Services Research Series) (Vol 1): Medicine & Health Science Books @ The book reflects the growing interest in monitoring and evaluating health care services, especially the concern to move from measures of activity to measures of performance.
The atlas is an attempt to develop outcome indicators which have both national and international applicability. 'Avoidable death' is defined as conditions in which death ought not to occur given. Kelson MC, Heller RF. The effect of death certification and coding practices on observed differences in respiratory disease mortality in 8 E.E.C.
countries. Rev Epidemiol Sante Publique. ; 31 (4)–Author: S.C. Farrow. European Community Atlas of Avoidable Death: v Vol 1 (CEC Health Services Research) (Volume 1) by Holland, W and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The history of the European Community Atlas of “Avoidable Death” is given.
Data from the second Atlas are presented. For all causes of death except asthma there was a decrease in mortality in the period – with respect to – Taking the EC as a whole as the standard () population the standardised mortality ratio (SMR) in Ireland in the period Cited by: 4.
In a major project was undertaken in the European Community which resulted in the publication European Community Atlas of ‘Avoidable Death’ under the EC Concerted Action Project on Health Services and ‘Avoidable Deaths’ (Holland,). This project extended the work of Charlton and colleagues () and used a.
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National Library of Medicine (NCBI/NLM).It includes content provided to the PMC International. s, and culminating in publication of the European Community Atlas of ‘Avoidable Death’ ina major contribution that has since been updated twice.
There are several reasons why there is an urgent need for renewed research efforts in this area. A European workshop has adopted the negative index-rate of ‘avoidable mortality’, i.e. death from avoidable or treatable conditions such as asthma, and has charted the deaths from 17 such conditions within the European Community in the form of an by: Presented with an alarmist title like The Strange Death of Europe, any sceptical reader is bound to raise an eyebrow or all, doomsayers whatever their motive - have been with us since time immemorial, the veracity of their warnings of the future to be looked upon with if not outright suspicion, at least a healthy dose of reservation/5().
Selection of ‘avoidable’ conditions and the attribution of health outcomes 47 Table 3 Amenable causes of death: European Community atlas of ‘avoidable death’ way that it has done this is by publishing this important book, which describes the findings.
European community atlas of avoidable death: CEC Health Services Research Series No. 3 By R D T Farmer Topics: Book ReviewsCited by: 1. Part of the European Studies of Population book series (ESPO, volume 18) Abstract The largest variations were observed in death rates due to preventable causes, which depend on the conditions and way of life of the population as well as on the quality of health : T.
Sabgayda, V. Semyonova, A. Ivanova, V. Starodubov. A second edition of the European Community Atlas of Avoidable Death,has recently been published.
The data in relation to Scotland are reviewed in detail. Read more. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: S.C.
Farrow. At the end of the s, the concept was proceeded by several researchers [5, 6], but the highest progress was achieved by Holland who created a European Community atlas of avoidable mortality modifying the previous authors.
As for a main benefit of the atlas, strict distinguishing between types of health care services on primary care, hospital Author: Beata Gavurova, Tatiana Vagasova.
Atlas of leading and “avoidable” causes of death in countries of Central and Eastern Europe. P E Józán, R Prokhorskas, eds. (Pp ; price not stated). Budapest: Hungarian CSO Publishing House, ISBN 1.
The east-west mortality gap and the rapidly changing pattern of health in eastern Europe have stimulated intense interest over the past Author: Laurent Chenet. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username.
21 M. Kelson and M. Farebrother, “The Effect of Inaccuracies in Death Certification and Coding Practices in the European Economic Community (EEC) on International Cancer Mortality Statistics Cited by: Book reviews.
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Farrow. Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis: a clinical approach (1 May, ) D. Geraint James. Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine (1 May, ) J.Results: Throughout the explored period, the statistically significant variations of the age-standardised death rates in a relation to the European Union average fluctuated from .