3 edition of European Community Atlas of Avoidable Death 1985-89 (European Community Atlas of Avoidable Death, 1985-1989) found in the catalog.
November 27, 1997
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||386|
“The Effectiveness of Health Systems in Influencing Avoidable Mortality: A Study In Valencia, Spain, –90,” Journal of Epidemiology and Community Hea no. 3 (): – European Community Atlas of Avoidable Death. Reviewed by S.C. Farrow. 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)–
Abstract. Socio-political changes over the past 30 years have led to important changes in the mortality of the Russian population. 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 care. 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.
European Community atlas of 'avoidable death' By G Bevan, D Borgers, MH Bouvier-Colle, V Carstairs, J Charlton, D Hansen-Koenig, F Hatton, A Lakhani, Knud Juel, K Kern, R Lagasse, JP Mackenbach, E Magliola, GF Moens, PL Morosini, TV O'Dwyer, G Papaevangelou, E Paul, F Taroni, C Tsimbos and W Holland. Holland WW. and the EC Working Group on Health Services and “Avoidable Death”. European community atlas of avoidable death – Edition Series: Commission of the European Communities, Health Services Research Series No. 9; Oxford, Oxford University Press,
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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 modern medical care. Thus. European community atlas of "avoidable death" By W Holland, A Fitzgerald, S Phillips, R Wood, J Barry, MH Bouvier-Colle, V Carstairs, L Cayolla da Motta, A Dias, G Feola, D Hansen-Koenig, F Hatton, B Häussler, P Hooft, E Jougla, Knud Juel, K Kern, R Lagasse, P Lauriola, JP Mackenbach, E Magliola, M Medrano, PL Morosini, G Papaevangelou.
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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 atlas.
European Community Atlas of 'Avoidable Death' Oxford: Oxford University Press; Articles from Respiratory Research are provided here courtesy of BioMed Central. Health Policy, 6 () Elsevier HPE Editorial The `avoidable death' guide to Europe Walter W.
Holland Department of Community Medicine, United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy's and St. Thomas's Hospitals, University of London, London, U.K. Accepted 13 April Summary To ensure the appropriate and efficient allocation of health resources, a means of.
EC Working Group on Health Services and “Avoidable Deaths.” European Community Atlas of “Avoidable Death” – Oxford, England: Oxford University Press; National Center for Health Work-force Analysis.
The Arizona Health Workforce: Highlights from the Health Workforce Profile. Abstract. This chapter reviews the most relevant papers related to the concept of avoidable mortality since its origin in the late s.
However, for the presentation of empirical results, I concentrate on research published after ; for earlier years, there is a review of the literature by Nolte and McKee covering about articles related to avoidable mortality. Journals & Books; Help () 4 EC Working Party on Health Srvicca aad Avoidable Mortality.
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Gxford Medical Publications, London, 6. Commission of the European Communities, Health Services Re- search series N3. In: Holland WW, ed. European Community atlas of "avoidable death". Oxford: Oxford Medical Publica- tions  Commission of the European Communities, Health Services Research series N6 European Community atlas of "avoidable death", second edn., vol.
European Community atlas of avoidable death. [Walter W Holland;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for This book is the result of a project to collect and compare data on avoidable deaths within the EC. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Selection of the list of avoidable causes of death. A list of avoidable causes of death was constructed mainly based on the European Community Atlas of "Avoidable Death", which was published by Holland and collaborators in with financial support from the commission of the European community (Table 1) ().There are two different points between the lists in this study and in the European.
Author: Farrow SC, Journal: Postgraduate medical journal[/05] Postgraduate Medical Journal [01 May66()]. 73 Book Reviews Epidemiology and Health Services Reviewed by Robert A Spasoff European Community Atlas of ’Avoidable Death’ Reviewed by Douglas G Manuel 75 New Publications 76 Abstract Reprints 82 Calendar of Events Information for Authors (on inside back cover) Vol No 2 Canada Health Canada Santé Canada.
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)– This collaborative action resulted in a European Community atlas of avoidable mortality in which the work of Charlton and colleagues was extended and the boundaries of health services were interpreted as encompassing primary care, hospital care and collective health services.
9 In Tobias and Jackson produced an updated list of conditions. 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 for tuberculosis.
BOOK S. DELIVERED TO. CO UNTRIES. who created a European Community atlas of avoidable mortality modifying the previous. European Community Atlas of ‘ Avoidable Death’ ‐.
The selection of causes of death considered amenable to health care was derived from a recent review of “avoidable” mortality. 6 The detailed justification for selection of conditions is set out in that review but, in brief, the final list was a modification of work by Tobias and Jackson, who updated earlier work by Mackenbach and Charlton.'Avoidable' mortality is commonly studied as an indicator of the outcome of health care.
In this study socioeconomic differences in avoidable mortality in Sweden from to are analysed and.European community atlas of 'avoidable death. Jan ; W Holland; Book. Jan ; ‘avoidable’ deaths were often limited to those before, for example, the age of 65, a figure that.