5 edition of The Relationship Between National Homicide Rates and Medical Care found in the catalog.
November 11, 2002
by LFB Scholarly Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||194|
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The relationship between national homicide rates and medical care: a cross-national assessment. [Don Soo Chon] -- Noting that "violence is a process and death is only one possible consequence of it," Chon (police administration, Kaya U., South Korea) evaluates the argument that medical resources are a predictor.
The Relationship Between National Homicide Rates and Medical Care by Don Soo Chon,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Relationship Between National Homicide Rates and Medical Care: Don Soo Chon: Violence is a continuum, and homicide is only one possible consequence.
Timely and adequate medical care saves the lives of the victims of violence. Thus, good medical resources are related to low homicide rates in a nation. The current study expands a medical perspective on homicide rates to a cross‐national study.
Introduction. Schipkowensky () proposed that rates of homicide by the mentally ill are similar across countries and are unrelated to total homicide rates. Coid () reached a similar conclusion after reviewing some of the available evidence, and proposed the existence of an ‘epidemiological law’, that “the higher the rate of homicide in a population, the lower the Cited by: To examine further the relationship of medical care to homicide rates, Doerner () constructed a Medical Index consisting of per capita rates of hospital beds, registered nurses, surgeries, and emergency room visits and correlated that index with state homicide rates.
He found that the Medical Index had an R value of with the homicide by: in their homicide rate for Research suggests that the increases in homicide rates are related to higher unemployment, lower per capita income, and lower school success in these cities.
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Resource Guide: Crime and Victimization Fact Sheets. Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter. rate per File Size: KB. The United States spends significantly more on health care than any other country (Anderson and Squires, ; Reinhardt et al., ; Squires, ).
Median per capita spending among all OECD countries in was $3, which is less than half of the $7, per capita spent in the United States (OECD, b).Cited by: 1. No one engaged in any part of health care delivery or planning today can fail to sense the immense changes on the horizon, even if the silhouettes of those changes, let alone the details, are in dispute.
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The reliability of underlying national murder rate data may vary. In the Netherlands, on average, persons per year die in a homicide (Lethal violence. homicide in the Netherlands). This chapter provides an overview of all 3, homicide cases. 2 Infant mortality and children’s health are also strongly linked to family income and maternal education.2 Rates of low birth weight are highest among infants born to low-income mothers.6,7 Children in poor families are approximately four times as likely to be in poor or fair health as children in families with.
Background: Socioeconomic status may influence cross-national variations in elderly suicide rates. Methods: The relationship between suicide rates in both sexes in the age-bands 65–74 years and 75+ years and (i) life expectancy, (ii) measures of socioeconomic status (per capita gross national domestic product (GDP) and the Gini coeffcient), and (iii) measures Cited by: These losses included $18 billion in medical and mental health care spending, $87 billion in other tangible costs, and $ billion in pain, suffering, and reduced quality of life.
Rape had the highest annual victim costs of all offense categories at $ billion per year ($, per offense).Cited by: A mixed-method design was used to examine data from a national consecutive case series of homicide–suicides in England and Wales between 1st January and 31st December The case series was accessed via the National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness (NCISH) [ 3 ].Cited by: Approximately 7% of the sample reported experiencing a rape in adulthood.
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Data from the American Community Survey was used to provide estimates by key demographics and socioeconomic characteristics such as age, gender, period of service. T he medical professionals we all rely on in our most helpless and unguarded moments train for many years in order to treat and support patients within their care.
They have a level of responsibility to their patients and a level of trust which is seen in few other relationships between individuals. In the early years, such cases were often referred to as ‘angel of mercy’ .Findings. victims of confirmed homicide died between Jan 1,andin England and Wales.
Patients with mental illness were more likely to die by homicide than were people in the general population (incidence rate ratio 26, 95% CI 19–34). 90 homicide victims (6%) had contact with mental health services in the 12 months before their death.
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