Child survival: strategies for research.

Wiley H Mosley, L. C. Chen

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Abstract

The papers in the volume aim to bridge the disciplinary gap between biomedical and social scientists in the study of the determinants of mortality in human populations. The focus is on child survival in the developing world. The purpose is threefold: to propose a simple framework for interdisciplinary communication; to identify key determinants of morbidity and mortality and the methods of analyzing them developed by biomedical and social scientists; and to consider research needs and strategies for multidisciplinary studies on child survival. Examines the conceptual framework for studying child survival in developing countries, nutrition, infectious and parasitic diseases, socioeconomic variables, including maternal education and technology, analytical methods, including those determining child mortality and modelling of infectious diseases control programmes, and case studies in Jordan, Malaysia, India, Panama, Guatemala, and Bangladesh. -from Editors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationChild survival
Subtitle of host publicationstrategies for research.
PublisherCambridge University Press; Population & Development Review; supplement to volume 10
ISBN (Print)0521301939, 9780521301930
StatePublished - Jan 1 1984
Externally publishedYes

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infectious disease
developing world
parasitic disease
child mortality
mortality
disease control
morbidity
conceptual framework
nutrition
analytical method
education
communication
modeling
socioeconomics
need
programme
method
human population

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Environmental Science(all)
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)

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Mosley, W. H., & Chen, L. C. (1984). Child survival: strategies for research. In Child survival: strategies for research. Cambridge University Press; Population & Development Review; supplement to volume 10.

Child survival : strategies for research. / Mosley, Wiley H; Chen, L. C.

Child survival: strategies for research.. Cambridge University Press; Population & Development Review; supplement to volume 10, 1984.

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Mosley, WH & Chen, LC 1984, Child survival: strategies for research. in Child survival: strategies for research.. Cambridge University Press; Population & Development Review; supplement to volume 10.
Mosley WH, Chen LC. Child survival: strategies for research. In Child survival: strategies for research.. Cambridge University Press; Population & Development Review; supplement to volume 10. 1984
Mosley, Wiley H ; Chen, L. C. / Child survival : strategies for research. Child survival: strategies for research.. Cambridge University Press; Population & Development Review; supplement to volume 10, 1984.
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