Health Status in Utah by Race and Ethnicity /

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Title Health Status in Utah by Race and Ethnicity /
Creator Utah. Office of Public Health Data; Utah. Bureau of Surveillance and Analysis
Subject Population; Medical policy; Health status indicators; Health surveys; Outcome assessment (Medical care); Ethnic groups; Diseases; Epidemiology; Medicine; Statistics; Public health; Population Characteristics; Utah; Risk Factors; Health Policy; Health Status; Health Surveys; Outcome Assessment (Health Care); Ethnic Groups; Disease; Epidemiology; Health Status Indicators; Medicine; Statistics; Public Health
Description An understanding of the health status of a population is necessary to plan, implement, describe, and evaluate public health programs that control and prevent adverse health events. A 1988 Institute of Medicine committee,1 in a report entitled, The Future of Public Health recommended that... "...every public health agency regularly and systematically collect, assemble, analyze, and make available information on the health of the community, including statistics on health status, community health needs, and epidemiologic and other studies of health problems." Utah's population is becoming increasingly diverse and many voices have expressed the need for health data on racial and ethnic populations in Utah. In addition, the United States has made elimination of health disparities one of its two overriding goals for the year 2010.2 If we are to eliminate disparities, we must first identify and understand them. This report is an attempt to provide health status data on Utah's racial and ethnic populations.
Publisher University of Utah
Date 1999-03
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Digitization Specifications 459,949 bytes
Resource Identifier raceeth.html
Language eng
Relation EHSL Bib# 97838
Coverage 1993-1997
Rights Management Utah Dept. of Health
Contributing Institution Utah Department of Health
Publication Type report
Metadata Cataloger rah
ARK ark:/87278/s6qf8t9h
Setname ehsl_ophl
Date Created 2006-07-18
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 188415
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