Population health and status of epidemiology: WHO European Region I

Autorid: Rahu M, Vlassov VV , Pega F, Andreeva T, Ay P, Baburin A, Bencko V, Csepe P, Gebska-Kuczerowska A, Ondrušova M, Ribak J
Väljaandja/tellija: International Journal of Epidemiology
Märksõnad: epidemioloogia
Välja antud: 2013
Tüüp: Teaduslik artikkel/kogumik
Alamvaldkonnad:Tervisenäitajate siseriiklik ja rahvusvaheline võrdlus
Kirjeldus: This article of the International Epidemiological Association commissioned paper series stocktakes the population health and status of epidemiology in 21 of the 53 countries of the WHO European Region. By United Nations geographical classification, these countries belong to Eastern Europe, Western Asia and South-Central Asia.
Conclusions: Epidemiological capacity will continue to be heterogeneous across the region and depend more on countries' individual historical, social, political and economic conditions and contexts than their epidemiologists' successive efforts. National and international research funding, and within- and between-country collaborations should be enhanced, especially for South-Central Asian countries.