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Darbepoetina alfa y epoetina alfa : actualización en procesos malignos no mieloides
( 2007 )
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Darifenacin hydrobromide for overactive bladder : what clinical advantage ?
( 2006 )
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Darling Foundation award
Executive Board, 9 ( 1952 )
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Darling Foundation award
Executive Board, 19 ( 1957 )
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Darling Foundation award
Executive Board, 8 ( 1951 )
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Darling Foundation award
Executive Board, 23 ( 1959 )
EB26R27_eng.pdf.jpg
Darling Foundation award
Executive Board, 26 ( 1960 )
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Darling Foundation awards
Executive Board, 13 ( 1954 )
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Darling Foundation awards: draft resolution
Executive Board, 13 ( 1954 )
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Darling Foundation medal and prize: report of the Darling Foundation Committee
Executive Board, 65 ( 1980 )
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Dasatinib: pulmonary arterial hypertension
( 2011 )
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DATA AS AT 30 JUNE 1988 = DONNÉES AU 30 JUIN 1988
World Health Organization ( 1988 )
Data collection tools for maternal and child health in humanitarian emergencies: a systematic review
Dickinson, Fiona; van den Broek, Nynke; Kerr, Robbie; Mathai, Matthews; Boschi-Pinto, Cynthia; Pyone, Thidar ( 2015-06-24 )
Abstract

To describe tools used for the assessment of maternal and child health issues in humanitarian emergency settings.We systematically searched MEDLINE, Web of Knowledge and POPLINE databases for studies published between January 2000 and June 2014. We also searched the websites of organizations active in humanitarian emergencies. We included studies reporting the development or use of data collection tools concerning the health of women and children in humanitarian emergencies. We used narrative synthesis to summarize the studies.We identified 100 studies: 80 reported on conflict situations and 20 followed natural disasters. Most studies (76/100) focused on the health status of the affected population while 24 focused on the availability and coverage of health services. Of 17 different data collection tools identified, 14 focused on sexual and reproductive health, nine concerned maternal, newborn and child health and four were used to collect information on sexual or gender-based violence. Sixty-nine studies were done for monitoring and evaluation purposes, 18 for advocacy, seven for operational research and six for needs assessment.Practical and effective means of data collection are needed to inform life-saving actions in humanitarian emergencies. There are a wide variety of tools available, not all of which have been used in the field. A simplified, standardized tool should be developed for assessment of health issues in the early stages of humanitarian emergencies. A cluster approach is recommended, in partnership with operational researchers and humanitarian agencies, coordinated by the World Health Organization.

Data management
World Health Organization. Dept. of Vaccines and Biologicals ( 2001 )
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Data management for evidence based decision making
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2002 )
Data mining and drug safety : general information : general information / I. Ralph Edwards
Edwards, I. Ralph ( 1997 )
Data needs for evidence-based decisions: a tuberculosis modeler's 'wish list'
Dye, C; Dowdy, D W; Cohen, T ( 2013-07-01 )
Abstract

Infectious disease models are important tools for understanding epidemiology and supporting policy decisions for disease control. In the case of tuberculosis (TB), such models have informed our understanding and control strategies for over 40 years, but the primary assumptions of these models--and their most urgent data needs--remain obscure to many TB researchers and control officers. The structure and parameter values of TB models are informed by observational studies and experiments, but the evidence base in support of these models remains incomplete. Speaking from the perspective of infectious disease modelers addressing the broader TB research and control communities, we describe the basic structure common to most TB models and present a 'wish list' that would improve the evidence foundation upon which these models are built. As a comprehensive TB research agenda is formulated, we argue that the data needs of infectious disease models--our primary long-term decision-making tools--should figure prominently.

Data needs for health policy in an aging population (including a survey of data available in the United States of America / Dorothy P. Rice
Rice, Dorothy P ( 1992 )
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Data on birth weight in developing countries : can surveys help? / J. T. Boerma ... [et al.]
Boerma, Jan Ties; Weinstein, K. I; Rutstein, Shea Oscar; Sommerfelt, A. E ( 1996 )
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Data on the migration of health-care workers : sources, uses, and challenge / Khassoum Diallo
Diallo, Khassoum ( 2004 )
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