Comparative analyses of more than 50 household surveys on health status

@inproceedings{Sadana2002ComparativeAO,
  title={Comparative analyses of more than 50 household surveys on health status},
  author={Ritu Sadana and Colin Douglas Mathers and Alan D Lopez and Christopher J. L. Murray and Kim Moesgaard Iburg},
  year={2002}
}
The objective of this study is to determine whether existing data sources from household interview based surveys conducted in a large number of countries may be used towards estimating the distribution and levels of severity of non-fatal health at the population level. Operationally, this objective addresses two main questions: 1. Is there information content on the severity and distribution of non-fatal health status in data collected through household interview surveys? 2. May this… CONTINUE READING

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