3 edition of Emerging Issues of Health and Mortality in the Asian and Pacific Region found in the catalog.
November 3, 2005
by United Nations Publications
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||100|
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Under-five mortality Situation. million children under age five died in The risk of a child dying before completing five years of age is still highest in the WHO African Region (76 per live births), around 8 times higher than that in the WHO European Region (9 per live births). Infection with DIV1 is an emerging disease in farmed Cherax quadricarinatus and Penaeus vannamei suffering a high mortality. This disease card provides information on signs of disease at pond and animal level (levels I - III diagnoses), the disease agent, known host range and distribution in the Asia-Pacific region, molecular diagnostic methods.
COUNTRIES OF THE EAST ASIA AND WESTERN PACIFIC REGION. The countries of the East Asia and Western Pacific Region are heterogeneous. Based on their child health characteristics, many child health challenges are shared by countries classified by WHO and UNICEF as Group 1 countries (Cambodia, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Lao PDR, Papua . Emerging Infectious Diseases. ;26(5) We retrospectively reviewed 28 patients who had > 1 positive culture for C. auris within a multisite health system in Illinois, USA, and 1 study indicated that small Pacific islands were able to prevent importation of pandemic influenza during –19 through complete border closure. This.
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Get this from a library. Emerging issues of health and mortality in the Asian and Pacific region. [United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.; United Nations Population Fund.;] -- This publication contains a selection of the papers that were presented at the Seminar on Emerging Issues of Health and Mortality, held at Bangkok from 27 to 29.
"A selection of the papers that were presented at the Seminar on Emerging Issues of Health and Mortality, which was held at Bangkok from 27 to 29 September "--P. iii. At head of title: Economic and Social commission for Asia and the Pacific; United Nations Population Fund.
Get this from a library. Emerging issues of health and mortality in the Asian and Pacific region. [United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.; United Nations Population Fund.;].
Emerging Issues of Health and Mortality in the Asian and Pacific Region. Author: UN, ESCAP; Publication date: November Page count: ; Language(s) in this book: English; Sales number: II.F “Health Transition in Asia: Implications for Research and Health Policy.” In Social Development Division, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) (eds.) Emerging Issues of Health and Mortality in the Asian and Pacific Region, pp.
37– Asian Population Studies Series No. Cited by: 2. Southeast Asia is a region of enormous social, economic, and political diversity, both across and within countries, shaped by its history, geography, and position as a major crossroad of trade and the movement of goods and services. These factors have not only contributed to the disparate health status of the region's diverse populations, but also to the diverse nature of its health Cited by: Newly emerging or re-emerging infections continue to pose significant global public health threats.
This chapter provides an overview of the combinations of factors that led to the emergence of arthropod-borne viruses as human and veterinary health threats, in order to understand the risk associated and how this can be mitigated.
Considering the history of emergence of some Cited by: 1. The text of this conference edition is a work in progress for the forthcoming book, Toward Gender Equality in East Asia and the Pacific: A Companion to the World Development Report. To order copies of the final book, published by the World Bank, please use the form at the back.
Grace J. Yoo MPH, Ph.D is a sociologist and professor of Asian American Studies in the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State research interests are understanding social support needs on a wide range of health care issues impacting Asian Americans including cancer control and cancer survivorship, management of chronic illnesses, aging and Format: Hardcover.
The progress of the use of PE among those and other countries in this region can be found in the past two Value in Health Asia special issues [1, 2] and in this third Asia issue: Value in Health.
A publication from the World Health Organization provides, for the first time, a comprehensive insight into health matters in the Asia-Pacific region. The page book, Health in Asia and the Pacific, published on 11 December and jointly produced by WHO’s South East Asia and Western Pacific regional offices, covers 48 countries and areas that between them Author: Jane Parry.
The study of the demography of aging in developing countries is a relatively new endeavor, which expanded enormously in the s. Anthropologists have been examining social and economic aspects of aging in developing countries for at least 50 years; most notable is the classic work by Simmons (), which presented evidence that high status of the elderly was not necessarily.
Asian societies. As it is crucial for Asian countries to recognize the significance of population ageing and start formulating policies for the elderly, this issue of the Asia-Pacific Population Journal is aimed at contributing to this timely discussion with forward-looking articles, examining this issue from a variety of angles.
Environmental health risks can be grouped into two broad categories. Traditional hazards are related to poverty and the lack of development and mostly affect developing countries and poor impact exceeds that of modern health hazards by 10 times in Africa, 5 times in Asian countries (except for China), and times in Latin America and Middle East (Figure 1).Author: Matthew R.
Fisher. developed countries of Asia and the Pacific presented at the Expert Group Meeting on the Least Developed Countries held in OctoberBangkok, Thailand. Part One discusses the issues related to governance and notes the wide-ranging reform policies and measures undertaken by these countries to improve their governance situation.
Part Two examines. We survey Indigenous health issues across the Pacific with a case study approach that focuses on Australia, New Zealand, Hawai‘i, and US Associated Micronesia.
For each case study, we provide an overview of the Indigenous population, its colonial history, and current health and social outcomes.
In the discussion that follows, we flag some of the key policy initiatives that Cited by: In the first paper in this Lancet Series on health in southeast Asia, we analyse the key demographic and epidemiological transitions of the region to delineate the challenges facing health systems and to emphasise potential for regional collaboration in health.
This regional overview sets the scene for more detailed discussion of specific health issues presented in the Cited by: Asian and Pacific region, followed by statistical facts, charts and text boxes which cover emerging issues or recent developments or data collection and availability issues, ending with suggestions for further Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific Pacific.
The Millennium Development Goals in Pacific island countries: Taking stock, emerging issues, and the way forward. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 1. Millennium Development Goals.
Pacific Island Countries. Asian Development Bank. COPD conference brings together individuals who have an interest in the field of Respiratory and Pulmonary Disease relating to diversified topics like COPD, emphysema, asthma, cystic fibrosis, lung cancer, other pulmonary diseases and therapeutics.
It is a forum to explore issues of mutual concern as well as exchange knowledge, share. Utilizing networks of Public Health Associations within the Asia Pacific region, one country can learn from the experiences of other countries and also Author: Kyungho Choi.The Asia Pacific Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (the APO) is a collaborative partnership of interested governments, international agencies, foundations, and researchers that promotes evidence-informed health systems policy regionally and in all countries in the Asia Pacific region.
Evaluation Reports.It is the only book to focus on paramount public health issues as they relate to older minority Americans, and addresses social, behavioral, and biological concerns for this population. The text distills the most important advances in the science of minority aging and incorporates the evidence of scholars in gerontology, anthropology /5(3).