In a first ever Global Burden of Disease Study 2019 Viewpoint, published in , we highlight five key takeaways crucial to the development of global health, social, and economic strategies for the future. #GBDstudy2019 Read the viewpoint:
The burden of non-communicable diseases in countries with lower levels of social and economic development is increasing, highlighting the need for health systems to adapt to shifting health challenges. Learn more in #GBDstudy published in :
Five key insights from new #GBDStudy special issue to inform health, social, and economic development strategies distilled into one paper by Director, Christopher Murray
Five insights from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019 - The Lancet
GBD 2019 results were published today! Many congratulations to my colleagues at IHME & our collaborators around the world. This year, we used data from 281, 586 sources to produce >3.5 billion estimates of health outcome and health system measures.
Grateful to be a part of 's international collaborator network and to have contributed to this important piece: 5 insights from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019 #GBDStudy2019
An interesting article ! Five insights from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019
The Lancet: Insights from GBD 2019 Table: Risk factors are ordered by global attributable DALYs. Values are shaded by change in exposure. Smoking is decreasing. Let's keep implementing the #FCTCSavesLives !!
I remember the optimism behind the Millennium Declaration back in 2000. Social & economic development in lower-income countries has accelerated greatly since then, fueling improvements in healthy life expectancy. #GBDstudy #StatsDay2020
Over time, many countries are projected to have a larger number of older people than younger people. Liberal immigration policies are one strategy to increase working populations in the face of population declines in many countries. More in #GBDstudy2019:
Encouragingly, smoking has decreased globally by 10% total since 2010, largely due to public health interventions and government policies such as taxation and legislation on tobacco products. Learn more in #GBDstudy:
Over time, many countries are projected to have a larger number of older people than younger people. Liberal immigration policies are one strategy to increase working-age populations in the face of population declines in many countries. More in #GBDstudy:
Encouragingly, smoking has decreased globally by 10% total since 2010, largely due to public health interventions and government policies such as taxation and legislation on tobacco products. Learn more in #GBDstudy2019:
Since the Millennium Declaration, social and economic development in less-developed countries has accelerated, fueling improvements in healthy life expectancy. #GBDstudy Read more in :
Concerted effort toward the Millennium Development Goal agenda successfully reduced the burden of communicable, maternal, neonatal, and nutritional diseases since 1990. #GBDstudy Learn more in :
Risk factors accounted for nearly half of all disease burden in the world in 2019. Public health policies and strategies can help reduce trends of increasing exposure. Learn more in #GBDstudy:
Five insights from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019