Policy Brief: Improve cause-of-death certification training for doctors

Rampatige, Rasika, Rodney, Anna and Power, Mark (2013) Policy Brief: Improve cause-of-death certification training for doctors Herston, QLD Australia: Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, University of Queensland

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Author Rampatige, Rasika
Rodney, Anna
Power, Mark
Title of report Policy Brief: Improve cause-of-death certification training for doctors
Parent publication The University of Queensland. School of Population Health
Publication date 2013
Publisher Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, University of Queensland
Series Policy Brief
Place of publication Herston, QLD Australia
Total pages 6
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Reliable cause-of-death statistics are generally not available in many low- and middle income countries, where the need for robust evidence for decision-making is most critical. Cause-of-death (mortality) information is the cornerstone of any health information system as it defines the burden of disease in the population and provides information required for policy, planning and resourcing.
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