More than 20 research units and groupings focus on the national burden of disease, and on the health system as a whole.
What does NBD stand for?
NBD stands for national burden of disease
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We have 55 other meanings of NBD in our Acronym Attic
- National Bituminous Coal Wage Agreement
- Nepal Building Construction Workers Association
- Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warning
- Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warning and Reporting System
- National Bank of Detroit
- National Bank of Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
- National Bibliographic Database (Australia)
- National Board of Directors
- National Broker Dealer (sales)
- National Brothers Day (May 24)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Environmental and occupational risk factors contribute to nearly 40% of the national burden of disease in India [World Health Organization (WHO) 2002], with air pollution ranking among the leading risk factors.
3) The South African National Burden of Disease (SA NBD) study grappled with the inadequacies of the 'cause of death' statistics in our country.
Researchers in Mexico have already estimated (and Colombian policymakers are in the process of estimating) the cost effectiveness of more than 100 health interventions and have evaluated the national burden of disease.
Victoria Pillay-van Wyk, Debbie Bradshaw, Pam Groenewald and Ria Laubscher are currently working on the second National Burden of Disease Study being conducted by the MRC Burden of Disease Research Unit.
The 2000 national burden of disease study for the first time provided disaggregated data by province.
The South African National Burden of Disease Study estimated that for the year 2000 stroke was the third most common cause of death (6.
The South African National Burden of Disease Study found that stroke for the year 2000 was the third most common cause of death in South Africa (6.