'MONICA' can also refer to...

Edmee Elizabeth Monica Dashwood (1890—1943) novelist

Helen Monica Mabel Vernet (c. 1875—1956) bookmaker

(Mary) Monica Whately (1889—1960) campaigner for women's rights and civil liberties

Monica (b. 1980)


Monica Åberg

Monica Ali (b. 1967)

Monica Barczak

Monica Bonvicini (b. 1965)

Monica Charlot (1933—2005) historian and political scientist

Monica Clare (1924—1973)

Monica Crugel

Monica Di Luca

Monica Dickens (1915—1992) author

Monica Duffy Toft

Monica Edwards (1912—1998) writer

Monica Eileen Baly (1914—1998) nurse and historian of nursing

Monica Fabiani

Monica Furlong (1930—2003) novelist and writer on religion

Monica Groop (b. 1958)

Monica Gunning (b. 1930)

Monica Heller

Monica Huggett (b. 1953)

Monica Hughes (1925—2003)

Monica K. Miller

Monica Lewis (b. 1922)

Monica M. Siegenthaler

Monica Mary Cole (1922—1994) geographer

Monica Mary Gardner (1873—1941) writer on Poland and Polish literature


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An acronym for Multinational MONItoring of trends and determinants in CArdiovascular diseases, a multicenter, multinational epidemiological study of coronary heart disease, hypertension, and other cardiovascular diseases, sponsored by the World Health Organization, with support from national research funding agencies in the United States, United Kingdom, European Union, and elsewhere, established in 1979. The MONICA project has tracked trends and identified and measured risk factors for coronary heart disease, stroke, etc. See http://www.ktl.fi/monica/ for a summary of the project and links to details.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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