By Susan Carr
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Population estimates and projections – estimates of population size between censuses, projected population size in future. Vital statistics Rates of deaths, including perinatal and infant mortality, birth rates and fertility rates. Morbidity Notifiable diseases – infectious disease notifications by age, sex, address, date organism. Cancer registrations – diagnosis, age, sex, occupation, area of residence, details of treatment. Hospital activity – by age, sex, method of admission, diagnosis, operative procedures, etc.
1 assumes that there is no migration of people with the disease into or out of the population. A simple mathematical formula is often used to represent the relationship between incidence, prevalence and duration of a disease. Prevalence = Incidence × Average duration of the disease This formula is only valid in the ‘steady state’ (when incidence and average duration can be assumed to have been constant over a long period of time) in a population without migration, and when the prevalence of the disease is low (in other words, 10 per cent or less).
Regular censuses are used to count the number of residents by age and sex, and a system of key informants identiﬁes deaths. , January to December), and usually the rate is multiplied by 1000 to give the number of deaths per 1000 population per year. 6, think whether you expect that England and Wales or Tanzania will have the highest crude mortality rate? 6 The table below shows the number of deaths, and mid-year populations for England and Wales and three surveillance sites combined in Tanzania in 2001.
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