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Contribution of chronic conditions to gender disparities in health expectancies in Belgium, 2001, 2004 and 2008

chronic conditions from participants of the 2001, 2004 and 2008 Health Interview Surveys in Belgium were used to estimate disability prevalence by cause using the attribution method. Disability prevalence ...

Contribution of chronic conditions to gender disparities in health expectancies in Belgium, 2001, 2004 and 2008

chronic conditions from participants of the 2001, 2004 and 2008 Health Interview Surveys in Belgium were used to estimate disability prevalence by cause using the attribution method. Disability prevalence ...

Contribution of chronic diseases to educational disparity in disability in France: results from the cross-sectional “disability-health” survey

Nusselder Source: Archives of Public Health, Volume 77 (2019) Keywords: attribution method chronic diseases DISABILITY educational attainment GALI Global activity limitation Indicator Socioeconomic status ...

addhaz: Contribution of Chronic Diseases to the Disability Burden Using R.

Number 20 (2018) ISBN: 2073-4859 Keywords: addhaz attribution method Chronic disease DISABILITY morbidity mortality R package Abstract: The increase in life expectancy followed by the burden of chronic ...

Contribution of chronic conditions to smoking differences in life expectancy with and without disability in Belgium

participants of the 1997, 2001, 2004 Belgian Health Interview Surveys were used to estimate causes of disability using the attribution method. A 10-year mortality follow-up of survey participants was used. The ...

Methods to assess the contribution of diseases to disability using cross-sectional studies: comparison of different versions of the attributable fraction and the attribution method

Epidemiology (2018) Keywords: attributable fraction attribution contribution DISABILITY Diseases Health Topics:  Chronic disease Maladie chronique Chronische ziekte Service:  Mode de vie et maladies chroniques ...

Multinomial additive hazard model to assess the disability burden using cross-sectional data.

existing methods based on cross-sectional data, the attribution method, which was originally developed for binary disability outcomes, is an attractive option, as it enables the partition of disability into ...

Attribution of global foodborne disease to specific foods: Findings from a World Health Organization structured expert elicitation.

to preventing illness. This study reports the findings of a structured expert elicitation providing globally comparable food source attribution estimates for 11 major FBD s in each of 14 ...

World Health Organization estimates of the relative contributions of food to the burden of disease due to selected foodborne hazards: A structured expert elicitation

Martyn D. Kirk; Fred J. Angulo; Robin J. Lake; Speybroeck, Niko; Hoffmann, Sandra Source: PLOS ONE, Volume 11, Issue 1 (2016) Keywords: Expert elicitation Foodborne disease Source attribution Abstract: ...

Contribution of chronic conditions to functional limitations using a multinomial outcome: results for the older population in Belgium and Brazil

attribution method has been proposed to identify which conditions contribute most to disability using cross-sectional data. Although the original method was based on binary outcomes, we recently proposed an ...

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