Measurement of cause of death in Papua New Guinea populations using a locally developed verbal autopsy instrument: 1970-2001

Gouda, Hebe, Lehmann, Deborah and Riley, Ian (2013). Measurement of cause of death in Papua New Guinea populations using a locally developed verbal autopsy instrument: 1970-2001. Working Paper 36, School of Population Health, Health Information systems Knowledge Hub.

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Author Gouda, Hebe
Lehmann, Deborah
Riley, Ian
Title Measurement of cause of death in Papua New Guinea populations using a locally developed verbal autopsy instrument: 1970-2001
School, Department or Centre School of Population Health
Institution Health Information systems Knowledge Hub
Series Working Paper
Report Number 36
Publication date 2013-10-10
Publisher Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, The University of Queensland
Total pages 44
Language eng
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

Document type: Working Paper
Collection: School of Public Health Publications
 
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