Are we making a difference in primary care for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities?
¿Estamos logrando un cambio en la atención primaria a adultos con discapacidades intelectuales y del desarrollo?
Estamos conseguindo uma mudança na atenção primária para adultos com deficiências intelectuais e de desenvolvimento?
MetadataShow full item record
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Macinko, James; Andrade, Flavia C. D.; Nunez, Bruno P.; Guanais, Frederico C. (2019-01)[ABSTRACT]. Objectives. To describe patterns of multimorbidity in six diverse Latin American and Caribbean countries, examine its effects on primary care experiences, and assess its influence on reported overall health ...
A consensus statement on birth defects surveillance, prevention, and care in Latin America and the Caribbean Zarante, Ignacio; Hurtado-Villa, Paula; Walani, Salimah R.; Kancherla, Vijaya; López Camelo, Jorge; Giugliani, Roberto; Groisman, Boris; Howson, Christopher P.; Durán, Pablo (2019-03)[ABSTRACT]. Birth defects contribute up to 21% of the mortality in those under 5 years of age in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), and that burden has been compounded by the Zika virus epidemic. In 2001, the March of ...
The 2007 Caribbean Community Port-of-Spain Declaration on noncommunicable diseases: an overview of a multidisciplinary evaluation Samuels, T. Alafia; Unwin, Nigel (2018-12)[ABSTRACT]. Objectives. Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) are a threat to social and economic development, including in the Caribbean. In 2007 the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) held the world’s firstever summit of heads of ...