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morbidity survey


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Morbidity Survey

Morbidity Survey

morbidity survey

Accuracy of child morbidity data in demographic and health surveys

One-day general practice morbidity survey in Sri Lanka.

Monitoring morbidity associated with chronic conditions: Portuguese National Health Survey 2014 Ivo Cruz

Morbidity in responders and non-responders in a register-based population survey.

Cumulative Traumas and Psychosis: an Analysis of the National Comorbidity Survey and the British Psychiatric Morbidity Survey

Violence and Psychiatric Morbidity in a National Household Population—A Report from the British Household Survey

Prevalence of Serious Psychiatric Morbidity in Attenders and Nonattenders to a Health Survey of a General Population The Tromsø Health Study

International variations in the treatment and co-morbidity of left ventricular systolic dysfunction: Data from the EuroHeart Failure Survey

Do Specific Early-Life Adversities Lead to Specific Symptoms of Psychosis? A Study from the 2007 The Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey

The meaning of reporting forgetfulness: a cross-sectional study of adults in the English 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey

An international survey of physician and patient understanding, perception, and attitudes to atrial fibrillation and its contribution to cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality

P6251Multi-morbidity in the Italian adult population: The Osservatorio Epidemiologico Cardiovascolare/Health Examination Survey (OEC/HES) 2008-2012

Incidence of GP-diagnosed respiratory tract infections according to age, gender and high-risk co-morbidity: the Second Dutch National Survey of General Practice

 

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A community-based inquiry into the prevalence of symptoms, existence of chronic disability, use of medications, etc., usually conducted by asking questions in interviews or by means of self-completed questionnaires. This may be a modest local inquiry or a large-scale, long-term national investigation, such as the household interview surveys of the US National Center for Health Statistics.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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