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Chronic Disease Prevention & Control in the Americas, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 2009
In this issue: Cancer: Highlights for 2008, Priorities for 2009; Experts Say Lowering Salt Consumption Should be a Top Public Health Priority; Healthy Caribbean: Bridgetown Declaration; Translation of WHO STEPS Stroke Surveillance Manual; New WHO Website on Marketing Foods and Beverages to Children; PAHEF Project Provides Evidence That Alcohol Control Reduces Violence against Women; Global School Health Survey; News Roundup.
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Surveillance

Situation Reports

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Child Abuse in Latin America and the Caribbean

Incidence/Mortality/Case Fatality

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Calculation for Age-Standardized Mortality Rate (ASMR) by Gender for Selected Countries in Latin America & the Caribbean (1996-1999, per 100,000 pop., by gender)

Groups Affected

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Risk Factors for Gang Involvement

Risk Factors/Behaviors

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Risk Factors for Gang Involvement

Guidelines and Manuals

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Protection of Mental Health in Disasters and Emergency Situations

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Guidelines for the Epidemiological Surveillance on Violence and Injuries

Health Profiles and Data

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Gender, Health and Development in the Americas- Basic Indicators 2005

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Calculation for Age-Standardized Mortality Rate (ASMR) by Gender for Selected Countries in Latin America & the Caribbean (1996-1999, per 100,000 pop., by gender)

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Statistics on Homicides, Suicides, Accidents, Injuries. and Attitudes towards Violence

Product Types and/or Keywords:
Product Types (register under only one):
Situation Reports, Country Profiles, Forms, Guidelines and Manuals, Health Profiles and Data, Statistical Databases, Other Databases
Keywords (no limit, or key in Product type/s in keyword field for cross-referencing): Surveillance features VIOLENCE PREVENTION, Annual status reports, Incidence/Mortality/Fatality, Incidence and disease registries, Resistance surveillance, Epidemiological surveillance systems, Geographic information systems, Groups affected, Risk factors/behaviors, Outbreaks

 

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