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Data needs in an era of health reform; proceedings, 25th Public Health Conference on Records and Statistics and the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics 45th Anniversary Symposium, July 17-19, 1995, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C
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Data needs in an era of health reform; proceedings, 25th Public Health Conference on Records and Statistics and the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics 45th Anniversary Symposium, July 17-19, 1995, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)
  • Conference Authors:
    Public Health Conference on Records and Statistics 1995 : Washington, D.C.); National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics 45th Anniversary Symposium (1995 : Washington, D.C.); ;
  • Description:
    First Plenary Session - Emerging issues in public health -- Session A - Injuries and violence -- Session B - Methods for small area analysis -- Session C - Mental health issues in ambulatory care settings -- Session D - Childhood immunizations -- Session E - International reporting of injuries -- Session F - Public health applications using geographic information systems -- Session G - Emergent care -- Session H - Breast cancer -- Second Plenary Session - The potential of health reform for vulnerable populations: a challenge for public health -- Session I - Mothers and infants -- Session J - Cognitive impairment of the elderly -- Session K - Methodological issues I -- Session L - Measuring neighorhood effects on health -- Session N - The chronically ill or disabled -- Session O - Methodological issues II -- Session P - Monitoring access to care -- Session Q - Prevention strategies -- Session R - Persons with aids -- Session S - Measuring the effects of race and class -- Session T - Monitoring utilization of health care -- Third through Fifth Plenary Sessions--National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics' 45th Anniversary Symposium -- Session U - Building an improved information infrastructure -- Session V - Melding medical care and public health -- Session W - Meeting the needs of special populations -- Session X - Data integrity -- Sixth through Eighth Plenary Sessions--National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics' 45th Anniversary Symposium.

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