Age-corrected proportional mortality indicator (PMI) as a comprehensive health indicator.
Katsunuma, H. & Koizumi, A. (1968). Age-corrected proportional mortality indicator (PMI) as a comprehensive health indicator.. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 39 (6), 986 - 991. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/266635
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Adjustment factors to per capita health-care indicators in countries with expatriate male-majority populations Hussin, A.H. (2014)From 2000 to 2010, the population in the Gulf Cooperation Council [GCC] countries underwent an increase of 53%, compared with an average global increase of 13%. The rates varied by country, ranging from 23% in Oman to 198% in Qatar. The main driving force for this sharp increase in population was the high demand for immigrant labour. The aim of this study was to adjust the population in the GCC countries in order to ensure that the comparisons of health-care key performance indicators with other countries account for the composition of the ...