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Surveillance for selected public health indicators affecting older adults, United States
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    Foreward / Jeffrey P. Koplan -- Overview: surveillance for selected public health indicators affecting older adults -- United States / Donald K. Blackman, Laurie A. Kamimoto, Suzanne M. Smith -- Surveillance for morbidity and mortality among older adults -- United States, 1995-1996 / Mayur M. Desai, Ping Zhang, Catherine Hagan Hennessy -- Surveillance for injuries and violence among older adults / Judy A. Stevens, La Mar Hasbrouck, Tonji M. Durant, Ann M. Dellinger, Prabhansu K. Batabyal, Alexander E. Crosby, Balarami R. Valluru, Marcie-jo Kresnow, Janet L. Guerrero -- Surveillance for use of preventive health-care services by older adults, 1995-1997 / Gail R. Janes, Donald K. Blackman, Julie C. Bolen, Laurie A. Kamimoto, Luann Rhodes, Lee S. Caplan, Marion R. Nadel, Scott L. Tomar, James F. Lando, Stacie M. Greby, James A. Singleton, Raymond A. Strikas, Karen G. Wooten, -- Surveillance for five health risks among older adults -- United States, 1993-1997 / Laurie A. Kamimoto, Alyssa N. Easton, Emmanuel Maurice, Corinne G. Husten, Carol A. Macera -- Surveillance for sensory impairment, activity limitation, and health-related quality of life among older adults -- United States, 1993-1997 / Vincent A. Campbell, John E. Crews, David G. Moriarty, Matthew M. Zack, Donald K. Blackman

    "The United Nations has proclaimed October 1, 1998, through December 31, 1999, as the International Year of Older Persons (IYOP). Federal agencies are working together to sponsor IYOP activities in the United States. To commemorate the goals of IYOP, CDC has published these surveillance summaries to describe important health issues and to highlight the role of public health surveillance for older adults aged > or =65 years in the United States. Although older adults are the focus of these surveillance summaries, persons aged 55-64 years have also been included, when data were available, as a comparison group." - p. 1

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