4 edition of Monitoring the health of populations found in the catalog.
Monitoring the health of populations
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Ron Brookmeyer, Donna F. Stroup|
|Contributions||Brookmeyer, Ron, Stroup, Donna F., 1951-|
|LC Classifications||RA652.2.P82 M66 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||2003048679|
Population health focuses on improving health outcomes for large groups of people by identifying and monitoring individual patients within those groups. Population health management (PHM) tools help clinicians aggregate and analyze data to create a comprehensive, . Indicators are markers of health status, service provision or resource availability, designed to enable the monitoring of service performance or programme goals. Monitoring is a process of comparison, across populations or geographical areas, to highlight differentials or to detect changes over time (to measure progress) between reality and goals.
Covering the nurse's role in promoting community health, Community/Public Health Nursing, 5th Edition is known for its "upstream" preventive focus and social justice approach, photo novellas with clinical stories, and a concise, readable style. It shows how you, as a nurse, can take an active role in social action and health policy – especially in caring for diverse population groups. Drawing on lessons from a variety of current activities, the committee brings to community health improvement an approach that focuses on integrating the roles of clinical personal health services, public health, and a broad array of other elements in the community, and on developing monitoring systems that can function in this integrated context.
The Health of Populations: Beyond Medicine uses current research and in-depth analysis to provide insights into the issues and challenges of population health; a subject of increasing concern, due largely to rapid population growth, population aging, rising costs and diminishing resources, health inequality, and the global rise in noncommunicable diseases. The Welsh government has set statutory targets for improving population health, which go beyond the health sector and include requirements for translating them to the local level and for monitoring. The same legislation also set a requirement for health impact assessment of all policies.
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"Using epidemiologic methods to monitor health patterns in populations has been a long-standing focus on public health. Monitoring the Health of Populations provides an up-to-date consideration of many topics associated with modern efforts designed to meet this focus." -- Format: Hardcover.
Monitoring the Health of Populations by Tracking Disease Outbreaks: Saving Humanity from the Next Plague is the story of the application of statistics for disease detection and tracking. The work of public health officials often crucially depends on statistical methods to help discern whether an outbreak may be occurring and, if there is sufficient evidence of an outbreak, then to locate and track : Steven E Rigdon.
"Using epidemiologic methods to monitor health patterns in populations has been a long-standing focus on public health. Monitoring the Health of Populations provides an up-to-date consideration of many topics associated with modern efforts designed to meet this focus." — American Journal of EpidemiologyPrice: $ Monitoring the Health of Populations by Tracking Disease Outbreaks: Saving Humanity from the Next Plague is the story of the application of statistics for disease detection and tracking.
The work of public health officials often critically depends on the use of statistical methods to help discern whether an outbreak may be occurring and, if there is sufficient evidence of an outbreak, then to locate and track it.
"Using epidemiologic methods to monitor health patterns in populations has been a long-standing focus on public health. Monitoring the Health of Populations provides an up-to-date consideration of many topics associated with modern efforts designed to meet this focus." -. A robust guide with international implications for an emerging field, Population Health Monitoring is a salient reference for public health experts working in the field of health information as well as post-graduate public health students and public health policymakers.
Monitoring the Health of Populations: Statistical Principles and Methods for Public Health Surveillance. In Monitoring the Health of Populations: Statistical Principles and Methods for Public Health by: The cycle of health inequality monitoring is one application of the population health monitoring cycle and can be broken down into five steps, which span from determining the scope of monitoring (step 1) through to informing policy (step 5) (see the Introduction section and detailed discussions of each step in by: 1.
Monitoring the Health of Populations provides an up-to-date consideration of many topics associated with modern efforts designed to meet this focus. In the first chapter, editors Ron Brookmeyer and Donna F. Stroup, along with coauthor William D.
Kalsbeek, provide a framework for considering public health : Stephen C. Alder. Managers typically monitor the effect of programs to change risky behaviors such as tobacco smoking or chronic diseases once a year or even less often. A surveillance system to measure the population effects of a tuberculosis control program might provide information only every one to five years—for example, Cited by: Monitoring the population’s health status requires metrics that combine quantity and quality of life such as quality-adjusted life years (QALYs).
A number of such measures are already widely used to identify unmet health needs and to guide policies for addressing those needs.
The book provides numerous illustrations, worked examples, and practical information for actually implementing the methods. It will serve as a reference for public health practitioners and as a textbook for courses on disease surveillance taken by students of statistics biostatistics, epidemiology or public health.
PowerPoint lectures based on the handbook. Lecture 1: Introduction ppt, kb Presents background information about monitoring and health inequality, and an overview of health inequality monitoring in the context of low- and middle-income countries.
Advances in statistical techniques, computing power and the Internet have led to an explosion of new approaches to monitoring population health, analyzing the data, and rapidly sharing it.
This text explores the critical issues in the statistical analysis and interpretations of health surveillance data. InWHO defined health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease”.
Health can be considered in terms of a person’s body structure and function and the presence or absence of disease or signs (health status); their symptoms and what they can and cannot do i.e.
the extent to which the condition affects the person’s. On March th,the National Academies convened a workshop to discuss the process for preparing a radiation registry for monitoring long-term health effects of populations affected by a nuclear or radiological incident. The World Health Statistics series is WHO’s annual compilation of health statistics for its Member States.
World Health Statistics focuses on the proposed health and health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and associated targets. It represents an initial effort to bring together available data on SDG health and health-related indicators.
Data Sources for Surveillance and Monitoring the Health Status of the US Population Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of disease frequency in human populations. It is critically important to have records that document the occurrence of disease events and the presence of possible determinants of disease.
They critically analyse and describe the phases, functions and approaches to population health monitoring but far more importantly, the discipline is positioned within the wider domains of public health, health policy and health systems.
The book is definitely highly recommended reading for students of public health and health services. evaluating quality so that they can monitor and improve the services they are providing to individual patients. • Regulators may be interested in ensuring that care provided by a health care organization (e.g.
health plan or hospital) meets a minimal standard and/or is File Size: 1MB. The book is a 'tour de force' of cutting-edge methodologies for assessing not just tigers but also other predators and their prey. The 14 chapters here are lucidly presented in a coherent sequence to provide tiger-specific answers to fundamental questions in animal population assessment: why monitor, what to monitor and how to monitor.covered in several books and reviews (e.g.
Seber; Lancia. et al. ; Thompson. et al. ; Schwartz and Seber ). Population monitoring objectives and situations There are many diverse reasons why we need to monitor wildlife populations (Caughley ). For example, the population may be a valued game species (e.g. deer, bear. Population medicine, in this case, is the design, delivery, coordination, and payment of high-quality health care services to manage the Triple Aim for a population using the best resources we have available to us within the health care system.
Much of the efforts today such as the Accountable Care Organization, risk stratification methods.