CINDI Health Monitor : a study of feasibility of a health behaviour monitoring survey across CINDI countries : data book
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AbstractTo better monitor health-related behaviour at community level in countries which are implementing an integrated approach towards noncommunicable disease prevention and control, a CINDI Health Monitor survey was introduced in the CINDI (Countrywide Integrated Noncommunicable Diseases Intervention) Programme. In 2000-2002, 32 surveys were carried out in 26 countries of the CINDI network. In order to assess the process of the implementation of the surveys and to study feasibility of such surveys, a survey on the methodological aspects of the CINDI Health Monitor survey was conducted. A database on the results was established and a data book prepared, which will be used to study the experience of the implementation of the CINDI Health Monitor survey at country level and elaborate strategies for the development of a regular health behaviour monitoring system
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. (2003). CINDI Health Monitor : a study of feasibility of a health behaviour monitoring survey across CINDI countries : data book. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/107487
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