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Journal of Health Monitoring - Issues 2018


Journal of Health Monitoring 4/2018 - Utilization of medical services by children and adolescents in Germany

Kinderarzt schaut einem Mädchen ins Ohr. © didesign / Fotolia.comIssue 4/2018 of the Journal of Health Monitoring focuses on the utilization of medical services by children and adolescents in Germany. The articles cover topics such as the utilization of physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy, early detection examinations, orthodontic treatment and dental check-ups by children and adolescents. In addition, social differences in the utilization of medical services are analysed.

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Journal of Health Monitoring 3/2018 - Health situation of children and adolescents in Germany

Kinder springen auf einer Wiese. Children playing together outdoors. © New Africa / fotoliaIssue 3/2018 of the Journal of Health Monitoring focuses on the health situation of children and adolescents in Germany. Topics include, among others, allergic diseases, ADHD, accident injuries and social inequalities in health.

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Journal of Health Monitoring 2/2018 - KiGGS Wave 2 – Health behaviour of children and adolescents

Kinder und körperliche Aktivität © Robert Kneschke / fotoliaIssue 2/2018 of the Journal of Health Monitoring focuses on the health behaviour of children and adolescents in Germany. The articles are based on data from the second follow-up to the German Health Interview and Examination Survey for Children and Adolescents (KiGGS Wave 2).

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Journal of Health Monitoring S3/2018 - Diabetes Surveillance in Germany

Wortwolke Diabetes © Mary PahlkeSpecial Issue S3/2018 shows how a set of relevant indicators for a diabetes surveillance system was defined using a structured consensus process. In addition, the first results of the nationwide telephone survey ‘Disease knowledge and information needs – Diabetes mellitus’ are described. The study provides insights, for example, into what people in Germany know about diabetes and how they rate available information.

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Journal of Health Monitoring S2/2018 - Proceedings of the National and Federal State Level Workshop of German Federal Health Reporting 2017

Vortragssituation. © kasto / fotoliaSpecial Issue S2/2018 of the Journal of Health Monitoring documents the National and Federal State Level Workshop of German Federal Health Reporting 2017. The workshop was organised by the Robert Koch Institute in cooperation with the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) in Berlin. The topic was ‘Prevention Reporting and Data Sources’.

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Journal of Health Monitoring S1/2018 - Health Inequalities

Menschen in Deutschland. © katty2016 / FotoliaSpecial Issue 1/2018 reports on time trends in health inequalities in Germany over the past decades. In addition, the results are placed within the context of the latest international research.

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Journal of Health Monitoring 1/2018 - KiGGS Wave 2 – First results

Kinder mit Drachen. Active games for many kids © SerrNovik, 2013This issue focuses on the results of the current German Health Interview and Examination Survey for Children and Adolescents, KiGGS Wave 2. Topics, among others: allergies, sugary drinks, smoking, overweight...

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