By Lester Breslow
This four-volume reference bargains the lay reader information regarding vital elements of the sciences, arts, useful talents, association, crucial features, and historic traditions of the general public well-being box. v. 1. A-C -- v. 2. D-K -- v. three. L-R -- v. four S-Z
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In these models, there can be difficulties in trying to compare population estimates over time as temporal experience is accumulated; that is, mathematically updating transition rates with incremental adjustments for new experience collected over different periods of time can be difficult due to certain inconvenient parametric properties of logistic distributions. In all of these models, the dependent variable is a discrete change in functional status and not a continuous disability score. An alternate approach is to use a large number of measures of functional impairment to calculate, in a multivariate procedure, convex (bounded to the range 0 to 1) continuous scores for multiple dimensions of disability.
According to the United Nations definition, gender-based violence includes threatening and coercion, but many studies consider only direct physical imposition as sexual violence. The woman’s cultural acceptance of her obligation to satisfy the sexual desires of a partner or husband above her own wishes and above the risk of unwanted pregnancy is seldom considered. This more subtle cultural imposition of unwanted sex and women’s lack of power to negotiate use of protection against pregnancy are far more relevant than actual rape as a cause of unwanted pregnancy and abortion.
A better understanding of the ineffectiveness of restrictive laws in reducing the number of abortions and the heavy consequences on health and well-being, unfairly borne almost exclusively by poor, young, and rural women, should progressively lead the world community to take the logical steps to reduce this human drama and public health burden: Improving education and services in sexuality and contraception; greater social support to women who want to have a baby, but are abandoned by their partner and family; and more liberal abortion laws broadly implemented without social, economic, or age limitations.
Encyclopedia of public health by Lester Breslow