An international comparison of noncommunicable disease reporting: the case of diabetes mellitus

Lukas Reitzle, Christian Schmidt, Christa Scheidt-Nave & Thomas Ziese
Against the background of the growing burden associated with diabetes mellitus, the German Federal Ministry of Health commissioned the Robert Koch Institute to develop a national diabetes surveillance. The periodic publication of up-todate data needed by diverse target audiences (dissemination) to develop subsequent public health measures is a crucial aspect of disease surveillance. The study produced an overview of diabetes surveillance in various countries with the intention of developing a dissemination strategy. This involved a...
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