Our disease prevalence data
came from the Central Research Institute of Ambulatory Health Care in Germany and are based on outpatient disease coding.
Caption: Figure 2: The species-specific local reproduction numbers of avian influenza estimated from prevalence data
. (a) High-latitude area, (b) mid-latitude area, and (c) Oceania.
reflect events that occur in patients who are on dialysis and are collected after the initial registration form is completed.
Dr Guy Bohane, lead researcher for the study, said: "Health survey prevalence data
has identified that participation in gambling is higher amongst frequent drinkers and those who engage in multiple forms of gambling are more likely to consume more units of alcohol on their heaviest drinking days.
aims at targeting all kinds of studies reporting prevalence data
. It remains to be investigated whether tools designed to cover a specific study design provide more transparent results and are easier to apply than those critical appraisal tools that aim at covering more than one study design.
When available, prevalence data
are included to provide background.
The workforce and SUD prevalence data
used for the PAI analysis came mainly from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, respectively.
Because several developed countries have recently faced a dramatic increase in the incidence of acute hepatitis C among HIVinfected MSM (10-12), here we have updated the HCV infection prevalence data
in Slovenian HIV-infected individuals.
In one study, the investigators compared HPV prevalence data
from the pre- and post-vaccine era collected during the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
Worryingly, the number of prevalence data
points that met the 2008 study entry criteria was less than half the number that met the equivalent 2005 entry criteria.
By using disease prevalence data
, added Buckee, researchers can estimate the probability that each person is carrying malaria parasites and build a map of parasite movements between "source" areas (areas that mostly emit disease) and "sink" areas (areas that mostly receive disease).
* State-specific information < http://www.samhsa.gov/enrollment/states.aspx>, such as state-level behavioral health prevalence data
, webinars, online eligibility applications, and information on SAMHSA-specific projects.