Health Statistics Quarterly 20, Winter 2003 (häftad)
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Health Statistics Quarterly 20, Winter 2003 (häftad)

Health Statistics Quarterly 20, Winter 2003

Häftad Engelska, 2003-11-01
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The latest trends in the UK's health are covered in Health Statistics Quarterly (HSQ), a sister publication to Population Trends. Published in February, May, August and November, it presents current information in an easy to read format, beginning with an overview of the latest news, and a review of related publications for release. It contains commentary on the latest health findings, topical articles illustrated with colour charts and diagrams, and regularly updated statistical graphs and tables. It also highlights trends in health, and details the latest quarterly information on deaths, childhood mortality, cancer survival, abortions, congenital anomalies and morbidity.
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This issue includes coverage of: - - Trends in Suicide by method in England and Wales, 1979 to 2001 - an update of previous analyses following the 2001 Census and extending analyses to 2001. - Anita Brock and Clare Griffiths - - An Estimate of trends in winter mortality in England and Wales, looking at cause-specific patterns over the period 1993 - 2001 - Helen Johnson and Clare Griffiths - - Trends in Social Class differences in mortality by cause, 1986 to 2000 - extending previous analyses to include both sexes and the whole of the 1990s. - Chris White, Folkert van Galen and Yuan Huang Chow - - A Report on infant and perinatal mortality by social and biological factors 2002 and an investigation into the increase of stillbirth rate in 2002 in England and Wales.