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Applied Demography and Public Health in the 21st Century / edited by M. Nazrul Hoque, Beverly Pecotte, Mary A. McGehee.

Contributor(s): Hoque, M. Nazrul [editor.] | McGehee, Mary A [editor.] | Pecotte, Beverly [editor.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Applied Demography Series ; 8Publication details: [Cham] : Springer International Publishing, 2017Edition: First editionDescription: xiii, 421 pages : 49 illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 9783319436869Subject(s): Demography | Population | Public health | Statistics | Demography | Population Economics | Public Health | Statistics for Social Sciences, Humanities, LawAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Applied demography and public health in the 21st century.; Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 304.6 A648 2017
Contents:
Chapter 1: Introduction: M. Nazrul Hoque, Beverly Pecotte, and Mary A. McGehee -- Section I: Mortality and Morbidity Trends in Developed Countries: Chapter 2: Are Americans Getting Sicker? An Analysis of Emerging Morbidity Trends: Richard K. Thomas -- Chapter 3: Reproductive Health Policy Variability among the States over Time: Implications of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 for Health Researchers: Monica Gaughan and Georgia Michlig -- Chapter 4: The Impact of Personality Change on Health among a Diverse Sample of Older Americans: Findings from the Health and Retirement Study: Latrica E. Best -- Chapter 5: Does social engagement predict frailty and mortality in the older population?: Yumiko Kamiya and Rose Anne Kenny -- Chapter 6: Predictors of Exceptional Longevity: Gender Differences in Effects of Early-Life and Middle Conditions: Leonid A. Gavrilov and Natalia S. Gavrilova -- Chapter 7: Maternal Morbidity and Mortality: Exploring Racial/Ethnic Differences using New Data from Birth and Death Certificates: Sally C. Curtin and Donna L. Hoyert -- Chapter 8: Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Infant Mortality, 1990 to 2004:Low Birth Weight, Maternal Complications and Other Causes: Ginny Garcia and Hyeyoung Woo -- Chapter 9: Black-White Mortality Differentials at Old-Age: New Evidence from the National Longitudinal Mortality Study: Duygu Başaran Şahin and Frank W. Heiland -- Chapter 10: Healthcare Utilization as a source of Health Disparities among U. S. Male Immigrants: Jen'nan Ghazal Read and E. Paige Borelli -- Chapter 11: Activity Limitation Disparities by Sexual Minority Status, Gender, and Union Status: Russell Spiker, Corinne Reczek, and Hui Liu -- Chapter 12: The relationship between maternal pre-pregnancy BMI and preschool obesity: Susan L. Alvertt and Erin K. Fletcher -- Chapter 13: Prevalence and Elimination of Childhood Lead Poisoning in Illinois, 1996-2012: Frida D. Fokum, Mohammed Shahidullah, Emile Jorgensen, and Helen Binns -- Chapter 14: A Demographic Analysis of the Health Care Status of Children from LGBT Household: Zelma Tuthill -- Section II: Mortality and Morbidity in Developing Countries: Chapter 15: Implications of Age Structural Transition and Longevity Improvement on Healthcare Spending in India: Preeti Dhillon and Laishram Ladusing -- Chapter 16: Impact of Scale-up of Maternal and Delivery Care on Reductions in Neonatal Mortality in USAID MCH Priority Countries, 2000-2010: Rebecca Winter, Thomsa Pullum, Lia Florey, and Steve Hodgins -- Chapter 17: HIV/AIDS: A Survey of Beliefs, Attitudes, and Behavior in Post War Liberia: Komanduri S. Murty -- Chapter 18: Effects of Childhood and Current Socioeconomic Status on Health among Older adults in low and middle-income Countries: An analysis of WHO-SAGE data: Y.Selvamani, P.Arokiasamy and Uttamacharya -- Chapter 19: Effects of Selected Socio-demographic Variables on Fertility among Diabetic Patients in Bangladesh: Md. Obaidur Rahman, Md. Rafiqul Islam, Clyde McNeil and M. Korban Ali -- Chapter 20: Behavioral or Biological: Taking a closer Look at the Relationship between HIV and Fertility: Mahmud, Ayesha S. Mahmud -- Chapter 21: Global patterns of multimorbidity: a comparison of 28 countries using the World Health Surveys: Sara Afshar, Paul J Roderick, Paul Kowal, Borislav D Dimitrov, and Allan G Hill -- Chapter 22: Does father's education make a difference on child mortality? Result from Benin DHS data using conditional logit discrete-time model: Fortuné Sossa , Mira Johri, and Thomas LeGrand.
Summary: This book demonstrates different statistical techniques for analyzing health-related data as well as providing new techniques for forecasting and/or projecting the incidence of diseases/disorders. It presents information on a variety of health related issues from the developed and developing world. Featuring cutting edge research from distinguished applied demographers and public health specialists, the book bridges the gap between theory and research. Each chapter provides methods and materials that can be used to conduct further research aimed at promoting public health issues. This book is intended for public health professionals, health policy makers, social epidemiologists, administrators, researchers, and students in the fields of applied demography and public health who are interested in exploring the potential of ground-breaking research or who want to further develop their existing research techniques. It complements another volume in the Applied Demography Series, Applied Demography and Public Health (Springer, 2013), which describes how applied demographic techniques can be used to help address public health issues.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Chapter 1: Introduction: M. Nazrul Hoque, Beverly Pecotte, and Mary A. McGehee -- Section I: Mortality and Morbidity Trends in Developed Countries: Chapter 2: Are Americans Getting Sicker? An Analysis of Emerging Morbidity Trends: Richard K. Thomas -- Chapter 3: Reproductive Health Policy Variability among the States over Time: Implications of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 for Health Researchers: Monica Gaughan and Georgia Michlig -- Chapter 4: The Impact of Personality Change on Health among a Diverse Sample of Older Americans: Findings from the Health and Retirement Study: Latrica E. Best -- Chapter 5: Does social engagement predict frailty and mortality in the older population?: Yumiko Kamiya and Rose Anne Kenny -- Chapter 6: Predictors of Exceptional Longevity: Gender Differences in Effects of Early-Life and Middle Conditions: Leonid A. Gavrilov and Natalia S. Gavrilova -- Chapter 7: Maternal Morbidity and Mortality: Exploring Racial/Ethnic Differences using New Data from Birth and Death Certificates: Sally C. Curtin and Donna L. Hoyert -- Chapter 8: Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Infant Mortality, 1990 to 2004:Low Birth Weight, Maternal Complications and Other Causes: Ginny Garcia and Hyeyoung Woo -- Chapter 9: Black-White Mortality Differentials at Old-Age: New Evidence from the National Longitudinal Mortality Study: Duygu Başaran Şahin and Frank W. Heiland -- Chapter 10: Healthcare Utilization as a source of Health Disparities among U. S. Male Immigrants: Jen'nan Ghazal Read and E. Paige Borelli -- Chapter 11: Activity Limitation Disparities by Sexual Minority Status, Gender, and Union Status: Russell Spiker, Corinne Reczek, and Hui Liu -- Chapter 12: The relationship between maternal pre-pregnancy BMI and preschool obesity: Susan L. Alvertt and Erin K. Fletcher -- Chapter 13: Prevalence and Elimination of Childhood Lead Poisoning in Illinois, 1996-2012: Frida D. Fokum, Mohammed Shahidullah, Emile Jorgensen, and Helen Binns -- Chapter 14: A Demographic Analysis of the Health Care Status of Children from LGBT Household: Zelma Tuthill -- Section II: Mortality and Morbidity in Developing Countries: Chapter 15: Implications of Age Structural Transition and Longevity Improvement on Healthcare Spending in India: Preeti Dhillon and Laishram Ladusing -- Chapter 16: Impact of Scale-up of Maternal and Delivery Care on Reductions in Neonatal Mortality in USAID MCH Priority Countries, 2000-2010: Rebecca Winter, Thomsa Pullum, Lia Florey, and Steve Hodgins -- Chapter 17: HIV/AIDS: A Survey of Beliefs, Attitudes, and Behavior in Post War Liberia: Komanduri S. Murty -- Chapter 18: Effects of Childhood and Current Socioeconomic Status on Health among Older adults in low and middle-income Countries: An analysis of WHO-SAGE data: Y.Selvamani, P.Arokiasamy and Uttamacharya -- Chapter 19: Effects of Selected Socio-demographic Variables on Fertility among Diabetic Patients in Bangladesh: Md. Obaidur Rahman, Md. Rafiqul Islam, Clyde McNeil and M. Korban Ali -- Chapter 20: Behavioral or Biological: Taking a closer Look at the Relationship between HIV and Fertility: Mahmud, Ayesha S. Mahmud -- Chapter 21: Global patterns of multimorbidity: a comparison of 28 countries using the World Health Surveys: Sara Afshar, Paul J Roderick, Paul Kowal, Borislav D Dimitrov, and Allan G Hill -- Chapter 22: Does father's education make a difference on child mortality? Result from Benin DHS data using conditional logit discrete-time model: Fortuné Sossa , Mira Johri, and Thomas LeGrand.

This book demonstrates different statistical techniques for analyzing health-related data as well as providing new techniques for forecasting and/or projecting the incidence of diseases/disorders. It presents information on a variety of health related issues from the developed and developing world. Featuring cutting edge research from distinguished applied demographers and public health specialists, the book bridges the gap between theory and research. Each chapter provides methods and materials that can be used to conduct further research aimed at promoting public health issues. This book is intended for public health professionals, health policy makers, social epidemiologists, administrators, researchers, and students in the fields of applied demography and public health who are interested in exploring the potential of ground-breaking research or who want to further develop their existing research techniques. It complements another volume in the Applied Demography Series, Applied Demography and Public Health (Springer, 2013), which describes how applied demographic techniques can be used to help address public health issues.

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