Labor de coordinación de los comités de estadísticas vitales y de salud
National Committees on Vital and Health Statistics grew out of the need for coordinating the activities of the various agencies involved in the collection and compilation of vital statistics in a number of countries, and for a mechanism which made possible national and international development of statistics in the field of healthAt the recommendation of the First World Health Assembly, the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics was constituted in 1949 in the United States. Many important technical developments in vital and health statistics have been made through the stimulus and activities of this CommitteeThe structure and method of operation of the U.S. National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics is described in this article, as wel as some of the problems that are inherent in any committee organization and activity(AU)
Coordinating activities of the committees on vital and health stadistics
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Pan American Health Organization (Washington, D.C, PAHO, 1956)[Preface]. For planning of health programs in the Americas, measurement of the problems is essential. Progress in health work requires basic information regarding the population being served, the health conditions in the ...
Rosselot, Jorge (s.d.)Emphasis is placed on the great number of hazards threatening the health of mothers and children in Latin America. These hazards are conditioned by the characteristics of global development in the countries and by the ...
Silva, Danilo R.; Barboza, Luciana L.; Baldew, Se-Sergio; Anza-Ramirez, Cecilia; Ramírez-Vélez, Robinson; Schuch, Felipe B.; Gomes, Thayse N.; Sadarangani, Kabir P.; García-Hermoso, Antonio; Nieto-Martinez, Ramfis; Ferrari, Gerson; Miranda, J. Jaime; Werneck, André O.; South American Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Network (SAPASEN) (2022-01-11)[ABSTRACT]. Objectives. To characterize how physical activity and sedentary behavior have been measured in national health surveys in South American countries. Methods. An extensive search was made for national health ...