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Measurements of mortality Define crude death rate, age-specific death rate and life expectancy, and have some appreciation of their values relative to a range of countries with different economic and social development levels.
Mortality differentials Demonstrate an appreciation of the factors that can influence mortality rates (age, sex, residence, occupation, income, literacy, access to food, shelter and medical facilities). A more specific knowledge would be expected of those demographic and socioeconomic factors responsible for the much larger variations in infant mortality (age of mother, birth order, birth interval, sex of baby, educational level of mother, status of women and income).
Geography of disease Know a case study of a disease showing spatial diffusion, and be aware of the socio-economic consequences of the disease. on facebook
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