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1 Results The increases in apical and posterior displacement of the coaptation and in anterior mitral leaflet AML tethering were the independent determinants of MR.
2 The event will provide a global platform for dialogue on how the 2008 recommendations of the WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health could be taken forward.
3 The Ottawa Charter of 1986 established the core principles of health Promotion which seek to identify and positively affect the root causes, or determinants, of health.
4 We should not be relying on the idea that genes are determinants of our health. We should not be relying on the idea that nutrient supplementation is the way to get nutrition, because it's not.
5 The resolution calls on the newly formed Commission on Social Determinants of health to consider issues related to active and healthy ageing among its policy recommendations.
6 The theme this year, "Equal access to education, training and science and technology: Pathway to decent work for women", focuses on some basic determinants of women's health.
7 Using these data, we performed a regression analysis to examine the determinants of future health workers' willingness to work in rural areas as measured by rural reservation wages.
8 At the global level, the Commission recommends that health equity should be a core development goal and that a social determinants of health framework should be used to monitor progress.
9 There is also a great need for training of policy-makers, health workers and workers in other sectors to understand the need for and how to act on the social determinants of health.
10 social determinants of health are the circumstances in which people are born, grow up, live, work and age, and the systems put in place to deal with illness.
11 examine determinants of maternal mortality and assess the effect of programmes aimed at increasing the number of births attended by health professionals in two districts in West Java, Indonesia.
12 Much discussion focused on items devoted to the health-related Millennium Development Goals, primary health care, and the findings of the Commission on Social Determinants of Health.
13 climate change will affect, in profoundly adverse ways, some of the most fundamental determinants of health: food, air and water, according to WHO Director-General Dr Margaret chan.
14 report of the Commission on Social Determinants of Health is a strong support in the quest for greater fairness in access to health care and greater equity in health outcomes.
15 This conference will bring together Member States and stakeholders to build support for the implementation of action on social determinants of health to reduce inequities.
16 Derived from a worldwide sample of children, the WHO growth Standards show that environmental differences rather than genetics are the principal determinants of disparities in physical growth.
17 The Commission includes global experts on health, education, housing and economics, whose work is to identify, evaluate, adapt and distribute effective strategies to address social determinants.
18 little is understood about the substantial costs of neglecting animal health and how it’s one of the important determinants of public health in low-income countries.
19 Tuberculosis also illustrates the need for comprehensive pro-poor health and development policies that tackle the underlying social determinants of ill health.
20 The way you organize the content of your models and the way you structure the storage of your models can be two of the biggest determinants of success for a modeling practice.
21 of the famous curve, reckons that one of the most important determinants of whether a state does well or badly is not just the overall level of taxes but their structure too.
22 These social determinants are intrinsically linked to inequities in health and help explain why poor and marginalized people get sick and die sooner than those in better social positions.
23 This marginalized situation interacts with other known health determinants, such as income inequality, lifestyle habits, family situation and age.
24 PHE focuses on developing and advocating effective preventive policies and interventions based on improved scientific understanding of the environmental determinants of human health.
25 research for health" theme reflects the need to link global health research with research in non-health sectors (e.g. agriculture, environment and social determinants of health).
26 There are promising signs of change,” says Chatterjee, who was a member of the Commission on Social Determinants of Health, a group of policy-makers, researchers and activists set up by WHO in 2005.
27 If only the fundamental determinants of growth were involved, America could look forward to a mild recession in the first part of 2009, giving way to sluggish recovery by year-end.
28 Eliminating determinants that are adverse to health under the efforts from all of the society, promoting social justice, and advancing human health are our Shared goals.
29 Because the determinants of health are so broad, progress in improving health is a reliable indicator of progress in implementing the overall Sustainable Development Agenda.
30 Future studies will have to identify cell fate determinants, observe their distribution relative to spindle orientation and track the subsequent sibling cell fates.