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Title Applied demography and public health in the 21st century / M. Nazrul Hoque, Beverly Pecotte, Mary A. McGehee, editors.

Published [Cham] : Springer International Publishing, [2017]

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Physical description 1 online resource (xiii, 421 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps.
Series Applied Demography Series ; v. 8
Applied demography series ; v. 8.
Springer Social Sciences 2017 English+International
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; 1 Introduction; Introduction; Overview of the Sections and Chapters; Part I: Mortality and Morbidity Trends in Developed Countries; Part II: Mortality and Morbidity in Developing Countries; References; Mortality and Morbidity Trends in Developed Countries; 2 Are Americans Getting Sicker? An Analysis of Emerging Morbidity Trends; Background: A Century of Health Status Improvement; Growing Evidence of Declining Health Status; Challenges in Assessing Morbidity Trends; Population Base; Measuring Morbidity; Data Availability; Case-Finding; Coverage.
Questionnaire Content Timeframe; Determining Trend Direction; Research Plan; The Findings; Global Indicators; Aggregate Indicators; Disease-Specific Indicators; Cross-National Comparisons; Discussion; References; 3 Reproductive Health Policy Variability Among the States Over Time: Implications of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 for Health Researchers; Introduction; Contraception in the United States; 19th to 20th Century; The Third Millennium; Abortion in the United States; Methodology to Develop Tools for Researchers; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References.
4 The Impact of Personality Change on Health Among a Diverse Sample of Older Americans: Findings from the Health and Retirement Study introduction; Personality and Health; Changes in Personality; Does Race Matter?; Potential Differences in Item Responses by Race/Ethnicity; Data and Methodology; Results; Discussion; References; 5 Does Social Engagement Predict Frailty and Mortality in the Older Population?; Introduction; Methods; Study Design; Measurement of Frailty; Measures of Social Engagement; Covariates; Statistical Analysis; Results; Discussion; References.
6 Predictors of Exceptional Longevity: Gender Differences in Effects of Early-Life and Midlife Conditions Introduction; Data Collection; Results; Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; 7 Maternal Morbidity and Mortality: Exploring Racial/Ethnic Differences Using New Data from Birth and Death Certificates; Introduction; Methods; Race and Hispanic Origin; Maternal Morbidity Data from Birth Certificates; Maternal Mortality Data from Death Certificates; Computation of Rates; Multivariate Analysis; Significance Testing; Results; Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Numbers and Rates.
Maternal Morbidity Multivariate Discussion; Acknowledgments; References; 8 Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Infant Mortality, 1990-2004: Low Birth Weight, Maternal Complications and Other Causes; Introduction; Racial and Ethnic Differences in Infant Mortality Rates; Racial and Ethnic Differences in Cause-Specific Infant Mortality; Data and Method; Data; Measures; Analytic Models; Results; Sample Characteristics by Year; Overall and Cause-Specific Infant Mortality Risk by Maternal Race and Ethnicity; Multivariate Results; Conclusions; Discussion; Acknowledgments; References.
Notes 9 Black-White Mortality Differentials at Old-Age: New Evidence from the National Longitudinal Mortality Study*
Summary This book demonstrates different statistical techniques for analyzing health-related data as well as providing new techniques for forecasting and/or projecting the incidence of diseases/disorders. It presents information on a variety of health related issues from the developed and developing world. Featuring cutting edge research from distinguished applied demographers and public health specialists, the book bridges the gap between theory and research. Each chapter provides methods and materials that can be used to conduct further research aimed at promoting public health issues. This book is intended for public health professionals, health policy makers, social epidemiologists, administrators, researchers, and students in the fields of applied demography and public health who are interested in exploring the potential of ground-breaking research or who want to further develop their existing research techniques. It complements another volume in the Applied Demography Series, Applied Demography and Public Health (Springer, 2013), which describes how applied demographic techniques can be used to help address public health issues.
Other author Hoque, Nazrul, editor.
Pecotte, Beverly, editor.
McGehee, Mary A., editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Demography -- Statistical methods.
Public health -- Research -- Methodology.
Medical care -- Developing countries.
Medical care -- United States.
Public health.
Population.
Electronic books.
Electronic book.
ISBN 9783319436883
3319436880
3319436864
9783319436869
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-43688-3