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2013 Health at a Glance

The 2013 Health at a Glance is the most recent publication compiled by OECD. 2013 Health at a Glance provides a systematic comparison of the main health indicators among high-income countries. Health indicators such as health status, non-medical determinants of health, and health expenditures are some of the most relevant topics published in such report.

Indigenous Record Linkage Activities – Montreal, August 5-7, 2013

The International Group for Indigenous Health Measurement, composed of representatives from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States, sponsored two recent activities on record linkage. The first was a session at the Joint Statistical Meeting on the use of record linkage to improve Indigenous mortality measurement. The session included presentations on Indigenous linkage experiences in the four member countries. The second was a two-day workshop on Indigenous record linkage, held at McGill University and sponsored by Professor Malcolm King, Scientific Director, and Institute for Aboriginal Peoples Health, Canada.


Second Global Congress on Verbal Autopsy – Rhodes, Greece, October 14-16, 2013
Second Global Congress on Verbal Autopsy

Co-hosted by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington; University of Melbourne School of Population and Global Health; and Population Health Metrics, the Second Global Congress on Verbal Autopsy will bring together national and international partners in a forum for discussion and debate for advancing verbal autopsy methods. Visit the website for more information about the meeting and for resources from the 2011 First Global Congress on Verbal Autopsy.


The Mortality Assessment for Health Programs (MAP) System

Available on the CORE Group website, this manual serves as a guide for assessing under-five mortality rates by establishing a Mortality Assessment for Health Programs (MAP). This methodology enables organizations to collect accurate vital events information and to detect changes in under-five mortality.




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