Book chapters

9781464803482.pdf58.   Liu L, Hill K, Oza S, Hogan D, Chu Y, Cousens S, Mathers C, Stanton C, Lawn J, Black RE. Levels and Causes of Mortality under Age Five Years. In RE Black, Laxminarayan R, Temmerman M, Walker N (eds.). Disease Control Priorities, Third Edition (Volume 2): Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health. World Bank: Washington, 2016 (pp.71-83). http://dx.doi.org/10.1596/978-1-4648-0348-2_ch4

9789241507691_eng.pdf57.    Kovats S, Lloyd S, Bonjour S, Mathers C. Future worlds and scenario data. In S Hales, RS Kovats, S Lloyd and D Campbell-Lendrum (eds.) Quantitative risk assessment of the effects of climate change on selected causes of death, 2030s and 2050s. WHO: Geneva, 2014 (pp.97-103). http://who.int/globalchange/publications/quantitative-risk-assessment/en/

56.    Stevens GA, Flaxman SM, Mascarenhas M, David K, Brunskill E, Davis A, Smith AW, Hoffman HJ, Mathers CD. Global and regional hearing impairment prevalence. In V Newton, P Alberti and A Smith (eds.). Prevention of Hearing Loss. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2012 (pp21-49).

55.    Kaplan W, Mathers CD. Global health trends: global burden of disease and pharmaceutical needs. Chapter 2 in The World Medicines Situation Report 2011. Geneva, WHO, 2011 (20pp).

54.    Mathers CD, Strong KL. The global burden of stroke. In: Mohr et al. eds. Stroke. London, Elsevier (2011).

53.    Mathers C. Global burden of disease. In Japhet Killewo, H. Kristian Heggenhougen, and Stella R. Quah (eds.). Epidemiology and Demography in Public Health. San Diego, Academic Press, 2010 (pp 24-36).

52.    Pinheiro P, Mathers CD, Krämer, A. The global burden of infectious diseases. In Krämer A, Kretzschmar M, Krickeberg K (eds.). Modern infectious disease epidemiology. New York: Springer 2010 (pp 3-22).

51.    Mathers CD. The global burden of disease among women, children, and adolescents. In Ehiri J, Meremikwu MM (eds.). International Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health. Berlin: Springer Medicine 2009 (pp 19-42)

50.    Mathers CD, Bonita R. Current global health status. In: Beaglehole R (ed.). Global public health: a new era (second edition). Oxford University Press, Oxford 2009 (pp 23-62).

49.   Murray CJL, Lopez AD, Mathers CD. Assessing health needs: the global burden of disease approach. Chapter 2.10 in Detels R, Beaglehole R, Lansang MA, and Gulliford M (eds.). Oxford Textbook of Public Health, 5th edition, Oxford University Press 2009 (pp 256-271).

48.    Mathers CD, Shibuya, K. Global trends in mortality and morbidity. Chapter 3 in Burke MA, Matlin SA (eds.) Monitoring Financial Flows for Health Research 2008: the changing landscape of health research and development. Geneva: Global Forum for Health Research 2008 (pp. 55-68).

47.    McCallum J, Mathers CD. Compression of morbidity. In: Heggenhougen K, Quah S, eds. International Encyclopedia of Public Health . San Diego, Academic Press, 2008: 823-832.

46.    Mathers CD. Global burden of disease. In: Heggenhougen K, Quah S, eds. International Encyclopedia of Public Health . San Diego, Academic Press, 2008: 59-72.

45.    Lopez A, Mathers CD. Inequities in health status: findings from the 2001 Global Burden of Disease Study. In: Global Forum for Health Research. Global Forum Update on Research for Health Volume 4 Equitable access: research challenges for health in developing countries. London: Pro-Brook Publishing Limited (2007) pp163-175.

44.    Mathers CD. Epidemiology and World Health. Chapter 5 in: The development of modern epidemiology. Holland W, Olsen J, Florey C (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press (2007). pp 41-60.

43.    Mathers CD. The health of older Australians. In: Borowski A, Encel S, Ozanne E (eds.). Longevity and social change in Australia. Sydney: University of NSW Press. 2007, Chapter 2 (pp 40-64).

42.    Dua T, Cumbrera MG, Mathers CD, Saxena S. Global burden of neurological disorders: estimates and projections. Chapter 2 in: World Health Organization. Neurological disorders: public health challenges. Geneva, World Health Organization 2007 (pp 27-39)

41.    Mathers C, de Francisco A. Trends and patterns of morbidity and mortality. Chapter 3 in Global Forum for Health Research, Monitoring Financial Flows for Health Research 2006: the changing landscape of health research and development. Geneva: Global Forum for Health Research 2006.

40.    Smith A, Mathers CD. Epidemiology of infection as a cause of hearing loss. Chapter 3 in: Newton VE, Vallely PJ (eds.) Infection and hearing impairment. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons, 2006 (pp. 31-66).DSCN4794

39.    Lopez AD, Mathers CD, Ezzati M, Jamison DT, Murray CJL. Measuring the global burden of disease and risk factors. Chapter 1 in:  Lopez AD, Mathers CD, Ezzati M, Jamison DT, Murray CJL. Global Burden of Disease and Risk Factors. Disease Control Priorities Project. Oxford University Press, , 2006 (pp 1-14).

38.    Mathers CD, Lopez AD, Murray CJL. The burden of disease and mortality by condition: data, methods and results for 2001. Chapter 3 in:  Lopez AD, Mathers CD, Ezzati M, Jamison DT, Murray CJL. Global Burden of Disease and Risk Factors. Disease Control Priorities Project. Oxford University Press, , 2006 (pp 45-240).

37.    Ezzati M, Vander Hoorn S, Lopez AD, Danaei G, Rodgers A, Mathers CD, Murray CJL. Comparative quantification of mortality and burden of disease attributable to selected risk factors. Chapter 4 in:  Lopez AD, Mathers CD, Ezzati M, Jamison DT, Murray CJL.  Global Burden of Disease and Risk Factors. Disease Control Priorities Project. Oxford University Press, 2006 (pp 241-396).

36.    Mathers CD, Salomon JA, Ezzati M, Begg S, Vander Hoorn S, Lopez AD. Sensitivity and uncertainty analyses for burden of disease and risk factor estimates. Chapter 5 in:  Lopez AD, Mathers CD, Ezzati M, Jamison DT, Murray CJL. Global Burden of Disease and Risk Factors. Disease Control Priorities Project. Oxford University Press, 2006 (pp 399-426).

35.    Mathers CD. The double burden of disease and the global research agenda. In: Matlin S (ed.) Global Forum Update on Research for Health 2005: Health Research to Achieve the Millenium Development Goals. Geneva: Global Forum for Health Research, pp26-31 (2004).

34.    Mathers C, de Francisco A. The global burden of disease. Chapter 3 in Global Forum for Health Research, Monitoring Financial Flows for Health Research Volume 2, Geneva: Global Forum for Health Research 2004.

33.    Ezzati M, Vander Hoorn S, Rodgers A, Lopez AD, Mathers CD, Murray CJL et al. Potential health gains from reducing multiple risk factors. Chapter 27 in Ezzati M, Lopez AD, Rodgers A, Vander Hoorn S, Murray CJL. Comparative quantification of health risks: global and regional burden of disease attributable to selected major risk factors. Geneva: World Health Organization. 2004.

hspa_cover_medium32.    Üstün TB, Chatterji S, Villanueva M, Bendib L, çelik C, Sadana R, Valentine NB, Ortiz JP, Tandon A, Salomon JA, Cao Y, Wan Jun X, Özaltin E, Mathers CD, Murray CJL. WHO Multi-country Survey Study on Health and Responsiveness 2000-2001. In: Murray CJL, Evans D (eds.)  Health systems performance assessment: debates, methods and empiricism. Geneva: World Health Organization, pp761-796 (2003).

31.    Murray CJL, Mathers CD, Salomon JA. Towards Evidence-Based Public Health. In: Murray CJL, Evans D (eds.)  Health systems performance assessment: debates, methods and empiricism. Geneva: World Health Organization, pp715-726 (2003).

30.    Murray CJL, Tandon A, Salomon JA, Mathers CD, Sadana R. Cross-Population Comparability of Evidence for Health Policy. In: Murray CJL, Evans D (eds.)  Health systems performance assessment: debates, methods and empiricism. Geneva: World Health Organization, pp 705-714 (2003).

29.    Mathers CD, Murray CJL, Salomon JA. Methods for Measuring Healthy Life Expectancy. In: Murray CJL, Evans D (eds.)  Health systems performance assessment: debates, methods and empiricism. Geneva: World Health Organization, pp 437-470  (2003).

28.    Mathers CD, Salomon JA, Murray CJL, Lopez AD. Alternative Summary Measures of Average Population Health. In: Murray CJL, Evans D (eds.)  Health systems performance assessment: debates, methods and empiricism. Geneva: World Health Organization , pp 319-334  (2003).

27.    Salomon JA, Mathers CD, Chatterji S, Sadana R, Ustun B, Murray CJL. Quantifying Individual Levels of Health: Definitions, Concepts, and Measurement Issues. In: Murray CJL, Evans D (eds.)  Health systems performance assessment: debates, methods and empiricism. Geneva: World Health Organization, pp 301-318 (2003).

26.   Bonita R, Mathers CD. Global health status at the beginning of the twenty-first century. In: Beaglehole R (ed.). Global public health: a new era. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp24-53 (2003).

25.    Sadana R, Tandon A, Mathers CD, Salomon JA, Ustun TB, Lopez AD, Murray CJL. Comparable Measures of Population Health with a Focus on OECD Countries. In: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. A disease-based comparison of health systems. OECD, Paris, pp 261-274 (2003).

24.    Davis P, Mathers CD, Graham P. Health expectancy in Australia and New Zealand. In: Robine JM, Jagger C, Mathers CD, Crimmins EM, Suzman RM (eds.) Determining health expectancies. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pp 391-408 (2003).

23.    Mathers CD, Murray CJL, Lopez AD, Salomon JA, Sadana R. Global patterns of health expectancy in the year 2000. In: Robine JM, Jagger C, Mathers CD, Crimmins EM, Suzman RM (eds.) Determining health expectancies. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pp 335-358 (2003).

22.    Mathers CD. Health expectancies in the different regions of the world: introduction. In: Robine JM, Jagger C, Mathers CD, Crimmins EM, Suzman RM (eds.) Determining health expectancies. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pp 285-288 (2003).

21.    Mathers CD. Cause-deleted health expectancies. In: Robine JM, Jagger C, Mathers CD, Crimmins EM, Suzman RM (eds.) Determining health expectancies. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pp 149-174 (2003).

20.    Robine JM, Jagger C, Mathers CD, Crimmins EM, Suzman RM, Péron Y. Determining health expectancies: introduction. In: Robine JM, Jagger C, Mathers CD, Crimmins EM, Suzman RM (eds.) Determining health expectancies. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pp 1-6 (2003).

19.    Mathers CD, Murray CJL, Lopez AD, Sadana R, Salomon J. Global patterns of healthy life expectancy for older women. In: Laditka SB (ed.) Health expectations for older women: international perspectives. The Haworth Press, NY, pp99-118 (2002).

18.    Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C, Lopez A. Summary measures of population health: some conclusions and recommendations. In: Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C, Lopez A (eds.). Summary measures of population health: concepts, ethics, measurement and applications. Geneva: World Health Organization (2002).

17.    Murray CJL, Tandon, A, Salomon J, Mathers CD, Sadana R. New approaches to enhance cross-population comparability of survey results. In: Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C, Lopez A (eds.). Summary measures of population health: concepts, ethics, measurement and applications. Geneva: World Health Organization (2002).

16.    Sadana R, Mathers C, Lopez A, Murray CJL, Moesgaard Iburg K. Comparative analysis of more than 50 household surveys on health status. In: Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C, Lopez A (eds.). Summary measures of population health: concepts, ethics, measurement and applications. Geneva: World Health Organization (2002).

15.    Mathers C, Ezzati M, Lopez A, Murray CJL, Rodgers A. Causal decomposition of summary measures of population health. In: Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C, Lopez A (eds.). Summary measures of population health: concepts, ethics, measurement and applications. Geneva: World Health Organization (2002).

14.    Murray CJL, Mathers C, Salomon J, Lopez A. Health gaps: an overview and critical appraisal. In: Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C, Lopez A (eds.). Summary measures of population health: concepts, ethics, measurement and applications. Geneva: World Health Organization (2002).

13.    Mathers CD. Health expectancies: an overview and critical appraisal. In: Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C, Lopez A (eds.). Summary measures of population health: concepts, ethics, measurement and applications. Geneva: World Health Organization (2002).

12.    Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C. The individual basis for summary measures of population health. In: Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C, Lopez A (eds.). Summary measures of population health: concepts, ethics, measurement and applications. Geneva: World Health Organization (2002).

11.    Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C. A critical examination of summary measures of population health. In: Murray CJL, Salomon J, Mathers C, Lopez A (eds.). Summary measures of population health: concepts, ethics, measurement and applications. Geneva: World Health Organization (2002).

10.    Woodward A, Mathers C, Tobias M. Migrants, money and margarine: possible explanations for Australia New Zealand mortality differences. In: Eckersley R, Dixon J, Douglas R (eds.). The social origins of health and well-being. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp114-128 (2001).

9.      Mathers C. Issues in the measurement of health status. In: Towards an integrated system of indicators to assess the health status of the population. 9th REVES International Meeting Proceedings. Essays No 4/1999, Rome: National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT), pp277-294 (1999).

8.      Mathers C. Applications of health expectancy methodology to measurement of the burden of disease in Australia 1993. In: Towards an integrated system of indicators to assess the health status of the population. 9th REVES International Meeting Proceedings. Essays No 4/1999, Rome: National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT), pp249-276 (1999).

7.      Mathers CD, Douglas RM. Measuring progress in population health and wellbeing. In: Eckersley R (ed.). Measuring progress: Is life getting better? CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood Vic, pp125-155 (1998).

6.      Robine JM, Mathers C, Brouard N. Trends and differentials in disability-free life expectancy: concepts, methods and findings. In: Caselli G, Lopez A (eds). Health and Mortality Among Elderly Populations. Clarendon Press, Oxford, pp182-201 (1996).

5.     Robine JM, Cambois E, Mathers C. Longévité, santé et durée de vie professionelle. In: A-M Guillemard, J Légaré, P Ansart (Eds.) Entre Travail, Retraite et Vieillesse: Le Grand Écart. Éditions L’Harmattan, Paris 1995.

4.      Mathers C. Health expectancies in Australia 1993: preliminary results. In: Mathers C, McCallum J, Robine J-M (eds). Advances in health expectancies: Proceedings of the 7th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Canberra, February 1994. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare: AGPS, Canberra, pp198-212 (1994).

3.      Mathers C, Robine JM, Wilkins R. Health expectancy indicators: recommendations for terminology.  In: Mathers C, McCallum J, Robine J-M (eds). Advances in health expectancies: Proceedings of the 7th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Canberra, February 1994. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare: AGPS, Canberra, pp34-41 (1994).

2.      Robine JM, Mathers CD. Measuring the compression or expansion of morbidity through changes in  health expectancy. In: Robine JM, Mathers CD, Bone MR, Romieu I (Eds). Calculations of health expectancies: harmonization, consensus achieved and future perspectives. Colloques INSERM Vol. 226, John Libbey Eurotext,  Paris; 1993, pages 269-286.

1.      Mathers CD, Robine JM. Health expectancy indicators: a review of the work of REVES to date. In: Robine JM, Mathers CD, Bone MR, Romieu I (Eds). Calculations of health expectancies: harmonization, consensus achieved and future perspectives. Colloques INSERM Vol. 226, John Libbey Eurotext, Paris; 1993, pages 1-22.

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