2 edition of Finbalt health monitor found in the catalog.
Finbalt health monitor
Includes bibliographical references (p. 30-33).
|Series||Publications of the National Public Health Institute,, B 21, Kansanterveyslaitoksen julkaisuja., 1999/21.|
|LC Classifications||RA523.F5 P73 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||00338741|
Monitoring of health behaviour of various socio-demographic groups is useful for planning and evaluation of health promotion and disease prevention programmes. In Lithuania joined international health behaviour monitoring project (FINBALT HEALTH MONITOR) which was launched together with other Baltic countries at the initiative of the Author: Jūratė Klumbienė, Aurelijus Veryga, Edita Šakytė, Janina Petkevičienė, Vilius Jonas Grabauskas, Vilm. Green Book, Committee for Advancement of Healthcare System at the Ministry of Health of Republic of Macedonia, Issuu company logo. (FINBALT Health Monitor) локално.
Self-rated Health and Health Behaviors in Baltic Countries and Finland,. Abstract. MSD Health Targets Research Grants Program Workshop, March , Rome, Italy. Kasmel, A. (). FINBALT Health Monitor as a tool for evaluating heart health interventions. Abstract. Training seminar on the CINDI Health Monitor Survey, Feb , Helsinki, Finland. Smoking trends among 15 year old adolescents in Latvia / , , usa // Baltic Public Health Conference - Accomplishments and Challenges (Tartu, Estonia, Sept, ): Abstract Book.
Food models, a validated picture book, and household measures were used to quantify food portions sizes. Nutrient values of food were calculated using the Lithuanian Food Composition Tables Social determinants of health behaviours: Finbalt Health Monitor – Helsinki: National Institute for Health and Welfare; The system should cover different health aspects, such as health status, health care services and health behaviour. In Lithuania joined international health behaviour monitoring project (FINBALT HEALTH MONITOR) which was launched together with other Baltic countries at the initiative of the national public health institute of by: 3.
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Data were collected from cross-sectional postal Finbalt Health Monitor surveys that were carried out inand Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Lithuania. Prättälä, R., Helasoja, V., and the Finbalt Group,Finbalt Health Monitor: Feasibility of a Collaborative Finbalt health monitor book for Monitoring Health Behaviour in Finland and the Baltic Countries, National Public Health Institute, Helsinki.
Google ScholarCited by: (Norma Kanarek, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in American Journal of Epidemiology, ) "This book is a godsend to those working in the area of monitoring and understanding changes overtime in chronic disease risk factors.5/5(1).
Finbalt Health Monitor project on health behaviour monitoring in which Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania participated. In – (the pilot phase of the project), 32 surveys were conducted in 26 CINDI participating countries.
Information covered smoking, food habits, physical activity, alcoholFile Size: KB. This book contains the latest information on surveillance by the international public health community, including: the WHO's Stepwise Approach, the U.S.'s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, the Finbalt Health Monitor, the EURALIM Experience, and the Mega Country Health Promotion Network.
based regular surveys: FINBALT Health Monitor for adults aged 16 – 64 years (Puska et al. ) and HBSC forand year-old schoolchildren (King et al. British and American samples; S.
Campostrini. Finbalt health monitor, monitoring health behaviour in Finland and the Baltic countries; R. Prattala, et al. Towards a European health monitoring system. Results of a pilot study on physical activity; A. Rutten, et al. Comparison of surveillance data on metropolitan and rural health.
Surveillance Systems and Finbalt health monitor book Analysis: Continuously Collected Behavioural Data. British and American Examples \/ Stefano Campostrini -- 7. Finbalt Health Monitor. Monitoring Health Behaviour in Finland and the Baltic Countries \/ Ritva Prattala and Ville Helasoja \/ Finbalt Group -- 8.
Towards a European Health Monitoring System. -The U.S.'s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. -The Finbalt Health Monitor.
-The EURALIM Experience. -The Mega Country Health Promotion Network. -And much more. This book is for those currently involved in planning or conducting chronic disease risk factor surveillance. Global Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance - Ebook written by David V.
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The sharp contrast in health conditions was the starting point of the Finbalt Health Monitor, a collaborative project between Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Lithuania. The Finbalt project has been coordinated by the Finnish National Institute for Health and Welfare, and the authors of this book include the.
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This book contains the latest information on surveillance by the international public health community, including: the WHO's Stepwise Approach, the U.S.'s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, the Finbalt Health Monitor, the EURALIM Experience, and the Mega Country Health Promotion : Springer US.
Kansanterveyslaitos (Finland) Title(s): Finbalt health monitor: feasibility of a collaborative system for monitoring health behaviour in Finland and the Baltic countries/ Ritva Prättälä, Ville Helasoja, the Finbalt Group. Country of Publication: Finland Publisher: Helsinki: National Public Health Institute, The Finbalt Health Monitor data allow harmonised comparisons of alcohol drinking habits of the Baltic countries.
Moreover, the data provide comparison to Finland, a neighbouring country that shares many long-term cultural and historical characteristics with the Baltic countries, but has particularly during the post second world war period been Cited by: The aim of the study was to determine the association between dietary patterns and sociodemographic factors using the data of Lithuanian health behavior monitoring.
Material and methods. In –, four cross-sectional surveys were carried out within the FINBALT HEALTH MONITOR project. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. The aim of this study was to assess the attitudes of Lithuanian adults aged 20–64 years toward the reasons for accessing health information and to determine the main health information sources and their relation to sociodemographic factors.
Material and Methods. The data for this study were gathered in within the framework of the International Project Finbalt Health Monitor evaluating Cited by: 5. Finally, health challenges and the potential for taking practical action toward chronic disease prevention in the New Independent States (NIS) are discussed.
Page Share Cite Suggested Citation: "Chronic Disease Prevention in the New Independent States: Finnish Experiences.". The City Public Health Care Administration took the initiative of launching a “best patient” competition with a blood pressure monitor as the prize.
The winners were an year-old man who had dramatically changed his lifestyle since suffering a heart attack, and a year-old woman who had integrated lifestyle changes into the successful Cited by: 3. (ebook) Global Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance () from Dymocks online store.
Behavioral risk factor surveillance involves systematically. The sociodemographic patterning of health in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Finland Ville Helasoja Correspondence: Ville Helasoja, MSc, National Public Health Institute, Department of Epidemiology and Health Promotion, MannerheimintieFIN Helsinki, Finland, tel.
+ 9 1, e-mail: [email protected] by: This Finbalt Health Monitor collaboration was performed for many years and resulted in establishing important trend information in those countries during the interesting years of political transition.
After these good experiences, this monitoring system was later also used in the CINDI collaboration known as the “CINDI Health Monitor,” as Cited by: 1.