This presentation describes IHME’s county-by-county estimates of life expectancy in the United States between 1989 and 2009, compares local health outcomes, and points to some of the biggest drivers of health disparities.
This presentation describes how the quality of causes of death data is measured and how the quality of these data can be improved.
This presentation analyzes current trends in public and private financing of health programs worldwide and how these trends may affect progress to reach the Millennium Development Goal targets as the 2015 deadline draws near.
Peter Speyer's presentation provided an overview of the Global Health Data Exchange (GHDx), IHME's global health data catalog that connects the community of data users and producers.
The worst global economic crisis in decades did not stop public and private donors from giving record amounts of money to health assistance for developing countries in 2010.
Dr. Gakidou presented information about the global mortality landscape, including estimations of maternal mortality (in Spanish).
Presentador: Rafael Lozano
Descripción: Dr. Lozano presented information about methods to improve maternal mortality estimates (in Spanish).
Fecha: 3 de diciembre de 2010
Dr. Lozano presented details about IHME's method for estimating maternal mortality, including choosing a dependent variable and forming the model and covariates (in Spanish).
Dr. Gakidou discussed how IHME's model for maternal mortality was validated, the uncertainty of the model, and how it compares to the new WHO model (in Spanish).
Dr. Gakidou presented details about IHME's method for estimating maternal mortality, including outlier detection and space-time regression modeling (in Spanish).