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Brownell M, Lix L, Ekuma O, Derksen S, Dehaney S, Bond R, Fransoo R, MacWilliam L, Bodnarchuk J. Why is the Health Status of Some Manitobans Not Improving? The Widening Gap in the Health Status of Manitobans. Winnipeg, MB: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, 2003. [Report] [Summary]

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Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) / Myocardial Infarction (MI) - Definition, Rates and Post-AMI Management
External Cause of Injury Codes and Injury Categories
Random Effects Models - Continuous Data
Residential Mobility

Related terms

Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI)
Adjusted Clinical Group ® (ACG®) Case-Mix System
Ambulatory Diagnostic Groups (ADG)
Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS)
Cancer Incidence
Cancer Mortality
Cause-Specific Morbidity
Cause-Specific Mortality
Confidence Interval (CI) / Confidence Limits (CL)
Confounding Variable
Diabetes Treatment Prevalence
Education Level
Employment Status
External Cause of Injury Codes
Generalized Estimating Equations (GEE)
Health Status
Heart Disease Mortality
Income Quintiles / Income Quintile
Infant Mortality
Infant Mortality Rate
Injury Hospitalizations
Injury Mortality
Low-Income Cut Off (LICO)
MCHP Research Registry
Negative Binomial Regression
Neighbourhood Clusters (NC)
Poisson Regression
Population Health
Potential Years of Life Lost (PYLL)
Premature Mortality Rate (PMR)
Regional Health Authority (RHA)
Relative Risk (RR)
Respiratory Disease Mortality
Respiratory Disease Treatment Prevalence
Risk Factors
Single Parent Family (formerly Lone Parent Family)
Socio-Economic Factor Index (SEFI)
Standardized Rates


ambulatory diagnosis group
Deliverables-Population Health
Deliverables-Social Determinants
employment status
generalized estimating equation
health status
income quintiles
infant mortality
Manitoba Report
myocardial infarction
premature mortality
socio-economic factors

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