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Journal of Health Monitoring - Issues 2017


JoHM S3/2017 - New data for action

Kinder und körperliche Aktivität © Robert Kneschke / fotoliaThe fieldwork of the second follow-up to the German Health Interview and Examination Survey for Children and Adolescents (KiGGS) was completed in August 2017. The current Special Issue of the Journal of Health Monitoring provides an overview of the survey methods and key data of the study.

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JoHM 3/2017 - Health situation of the population in Germany II

Menschenmenge. © Walter Reich / pixelio.deThe current issue of the Journal of Health Monitoring focuses on respiratory diseases and new insights into musculoskeletal conditions. Further articles are included on diabetes mellitus, depression, accidental injuries, and limitations to usual activities due to health problems.

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JoHM S2/2017 - Proceedings of the National and Federal State Level Workshop of German Federal Health Reporting 2016

Vortragssituation. © kasto / fotoliaThe second Special Issue 2017 of the Journal of Health Monitoring documents the National and Federal State Level Workshop of German Federal Health Reporting 2016 on the Preventive Health Care Act and Prevention Reporting.

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JoHM 2/2017 - Health-related behaviour in Germany and Europe

Turnschuhe, Obst und Gemüse. © Halfpoint / FotoliaThe population in Germany is more physically active than the European average. Regarding smoking, the data for Germany are quite close to the European average. However, the country does not do so well in other areas of health-related behaviour: Germany has the third lowest level of fruit consumption and the proportion of heavy episodic drinkers is above average. Issue 2/2017 of the Journal of Health Monitoring focuses on health-related behaviour in Germany and Europe.

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JoHM 1/2017 - Health situation of the population in Germany

Blutzuckermessgerät mit Zettel Diagnose Diabetes. Quelle: PhotographyByMK / Fotolia.comThe first Focus article in this issue covers European health monitoring and its associated system of indicators. The article compares German and European Union data on a number of chronic diseases. Five Fact sheets go on to describe in more detail the data for Germany on the 12-month prevalence of hypertension, diabetes mellitus, allergies, coronary heart disease and stroke.

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JoHM S1/2017 - Good Practice in Health Reporting – guidelines and recommendations

Stilisiertes Balkendiagramm. © PixabayThe first special issue of the Journal of Health Monitoring introduces version 1.0 of Good Practice in Health Reporting. The document sets out guidelines and recommendations that are intended to provide professional guidance for the creation of health reports. Good Practice in Health Reporting was developed with the aim of strengthening the field at the local, federal-state and national level.

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