Other writings

32. Alkema L, Zhang S, Chou D, Gemmill A, Moller A-B, Ma Fat D, Say L, Mathers C, Hogan D. A Bayesian approach to the global estimation of maternal mortality. Submitted to arXiv.org on 10 Nov 2015. Available at arXiv:1511.03330

31. Mathers CD, Stevens GA, Mahanani WR, Ho J, Mahanani WR, Hogan D. WHO methods and data sources for global causes of death 2000-2012. Global Health Estimates Technical Paper WHO/HIS/HSI/GHE/2013.7 (June 2014). Available at who.int/evidence/bod.

30. Hogan D, Liu L, Mathers CD. WHO methods and data sources for for child causes of death 2000-2012. Global Health Estimates Technical Paper WHO/HIS/HSI/GHE/2013.6 (May 2014). Available at who.int/evidence/bod.

29. Mathers CD, Ho J. WHO methods and data sources for life tables 1990-2012. Global Health Estimates Technical Paper WHO/HIS/HSI/GHE/2013.5 (April 2014). Available at who.int/evidence/bod.

28.    Mathers CD, Stevens GA, Mahanani WR. WHO methods and data sources for global burden of disease estimates 2000-2011. Global Health Estimates Technical Paper WHO/HIS/HSI/GHE/2013.4. Available at http://www.who.int/evidence/bod

27.    Mathers CD, Stevens GA, Ma Fat D. WHO methods and data sources for global causes of death 2000-2011. Global Health Estimates Technical Paper WHO/HIS/HSI/GHE/2013.3. Available at http://www.who.int/evidence/bod

26.    Mathers CD, Liu L. CHERG-WHO methods and data sources for child causes of death 2000-2011. Global Health Estimates Technical Paper WHO/HIS/HSI/GHE/2013.2. Available at http://www.who.int/evidence/bod

25.    Inoue M, Ho J, Mathers CD. WHO methods and data sources for life tables 1990-2011. Global Health Estimates Technical Paper WHO/HIS/HSI/GHE/2013.1. Available at http://www.who.int/evidence/bod

24.    Kowal, P, Rao, C, and Mathers, C, Minimum Dataset on Ageing in sub Saharan Africa: report of a WHO workshop. World Health Organization: Geneva (2004).

23.    Mathers CD, Lopez AD, Stein C, Ma Fat D, Rao C, Inoue M, Shibuya K, Tomijima N, Bernard C, Xu H. Deaths and disease burden by cause: global burden of disease estimates for 2001 by World Bank country groups. DCPP Working Papers Series No. 18, Second Project on Disease Control Priorities in Developing Countries (DCPP). The World Health Organization (WHO), the World Bank, and the Fogarty International Center, U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), December 2003 (205 pages).

22.    Murray CJL, Tandon, A, Salomon J, Mathers CD (2000), Methods for Enhancing Cross-Population Comparability of Survey Results: The Hierarchical Ordered Probit (HOPIT) Model, Global Programme on Evidence for Health Policy Discussion Paper, Geneva: World Health Organization.

21.    Mathers C, Sadana R, Salomon J, Murray CJL, Lopez A. Estimates of DALE for 191 countries:
methods and results
. Geneva, World Health Organization, 2000 (Global Programme on evidence for Health Policy Working paper No 16)

20.    Sadana R, Mathers C, Lopez A, Murray CJL. Comparative analysis of more than 50 household surveys on health status. Geneva, World Health Organization, 2000 (Global Programme on evidence for Health Policy Working paper No 15).

19.    Mathers CD. Health expectancies: an overview and critical appraisal. Room Document No 7, OECD Working Party on Social Policy: Meeting on Implications of Disability for Ageing Populations, OECD Paris, 9-10 December 1999.

18.    Mathers CD. Health expectancies and DALYs: towards consistency of measures. Room Document No 4, OECD Working Party on Social Policy: Ad Hoc Meeting of Experts in Health Statistics, OECD Paris, 3-5 December 1997.

17.    Sims G, Mathers C. Towards a mechanism for identifying future National Health Priority Areas. Working Paper. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, March 1997.

16.    Goss J, Mathers C, Eckermann S, Pinyopusarerk M, Wen X. The impact of population ageing on health expenditures in Australia in the 21st Century. Working Paper. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, February 1997.

15.    Robine JM, Mathers C, Romieu I. Description raisonée des espérances de santé. Report prepared for the OECD Directorate for Education, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs. December 1996.

14.    Mathers CD. Developments in the use of health expectancy indicators for monitoring and comparing the health of populations. Report prepared for the OECD Directorate for Education, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs. December 1996.

13.    Mathers CD, Fogarty C. Meeting the national needs for public health information. Report of a consultancy to review statistical information needs and strategies of the Public Health Division of the Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra, 1996.

12.    Mathers CD, Stevenson C, d’Espaignet E (eds.). Health promotion surveillance and monitoring: current state and future requirements. A report to the Commonwealth Department of Human Services and Health. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (1995).

11.    Achanfuo-Yeboah DJ, Mathers CD. The future of Aboriginal Health Statistics. In: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. From Darwin to Brisbane: proceedings of a workshop on Aboriginal health statistics. AGPS, Canberra, ACT: AIHW, 1994.

10.    Crowley S, Antioch K, Carter R, Waters A, Conway L, Mathers C. The cost of diet-related disease in Australia: A discussion paper. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and National Centre for Health Program Evaluation, Canberra, September 1992.

9.      Mathers CD. Australia’s Health Goals and Targets: Data requirements and recommendations for review. Report to the National Better Health Program Management Committee. Australian Institute of Health, 1990.

9.      Mathers CD, Greenhill DW. Injury Prevention: Monitoring Targets towards 2000. A statistical report to the National Better Health Program Management Committee. Australian Institute of Health, 161pp, September 1990.

8.      AHMAC National Hospital Statistics Project (C Mathers: Editor and Project Leader). National minimum dataset for institutional health care: Report to the Australian Health Ministers’ Advisory Council. Australian Institute of Health, 1989.

7.      AHMAC National Hospital Statistics Project (C Mathers: Editor and Project Leader). Recommended national minimum dataset for institutional health care. Australian Institute of Health, 1989.

6.      Mathers C, Briscoe N, Merton C. High blood pressure: Monitoring Targets towards 2000. A statistical report to the Project Planning Team of the National Better Health Program. Australian Institute of Health, 117pp, September 1989.

5.      AHMAC National Hospital Statistics Project (ed. C Mathers). National minimum dataset for institutional health care: Report to the Australian Health Ministers’ Advisory Council. Australian Institute of Health, 326pp, August 1989.

4.      McHugh BF, Mathers CD. Using the CSIRONET Cyber 205 Supercomputer. CSIRONET Computing Note No 56, 26pp, Canberra, June 1984.

3.      Mathers CD. Magnetohydrodynamic shock waves in partly ionised plasmas. Ph.D. Thesis,  University of Sydney, Australia, 1979.

2.      Mathers CD.  Disposal of High Level Nuclear Waste in Polar Ice Sheets. The Australian Physicist 15: 24-25 (1978).

  1. Mathers CD, Sams DC. A Review of the Polvani Report: a review commissioned by the Department of Environment, Housing and Community Development. School of Physics, University of Sydney, 17pp, 1978.

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