- Author:Great Britain: Office of Population Censuses and Surveys
- Publisher:Stationery Office Books (August 1979)
- Pages:121 pages
- Subcategory:Biological Sciences
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Cancer diagnoses and age-standardised incidence rates for all cancer sites by age, sex and region. This is not the latest release. Source: Office for National Statistics.
Office of Population Censuses and Surveys. cases of diagnosed cancer registered in England and Wales, 1971. Published 1979 by . Stationery Off. in London. Cancer, Epidemiology, Statistics.
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Cancers are registered in England and Wales by 12 independent regional registries which collect data on neoplasms occurring in people either resident or treated in their regions. In England each of the 14 regional health authority areas which existed until April 1994 was covered by its own cancer registry, except that all four Thames authorities were covered by one registry. Series MB1 No 2. Google Scholar.
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Mortality Statistics: Deaths registered in England and Wales (Series DR) . Cancer survival in England: Patients diagnosed 2004−2008, followed up to 2009.
html?definition tcm%3A77-27475 . eneral Register Office for Scotland. Vital Events Reference Tables. Cancer Survival Trends in England and Wales, 1971-1995: Deprivation and NHS Region. Series SMPS No 61. London: The Stationery Office.
Decennial censuses of population were first instituted in England and Wales in 1801. In 1841 and 1851 the census of Great Britain was supervised by a Census Commission headed by the Registrar General
Decennial censuses of population were first instituted in England and Wales in 1801. The first four censuses were carried out by parish overseers and the returns digested by a clerk of the House of Commons. In 1841 and 1851 the census of Great Britain was supervised by a Census Commission headed by the Registrar General.
Usually data sources are national cancer registers or the existing routine reporting system . Wales - Welsh Cancer Intelligence and Surveillance Unit.
Usually data sources are national cancer registers or the existing routine reporting system of health establishments. In the latter case, data are expected to be less accurate than register data. Source: The number of new cases of cancer are reported by each district?s oncological cabinet to National Center for Statistics and Informatics in Public Health. Break in time series: 2014: since year 2014, data from private sector included. Coverage: (In October 2013) Scotland has revised their time series data due to improvements in data quality.
Censuses were taken on 26 April 1931 in Great Britain, but the returns for . Office of Population Censuses and Surveys, General Register Office for Scotland (1992). Census - Office for National Statistics, which is responsible for the Census in England and Wales.
Censuses were taken on 26 April 1931 in Great Britain, but the returns for England and Wales were destroyed in an accidental fire during the Second World Wa. .Every household was given a short form to complete, while a sample of the population was given a long form to collect more detailed information. 1991 Census Definitions Great Britain.
In 1996 the Central Statistical Office (formed in 1941), the Office of Population Censuses and Surveys, and the statistics division of the Department of Employment merged to form the Office for National Statistics. Survey: Cross-sectional - Household - Individual - Interview. GHDx Entry last modified on: Nov 6, 2018. United Kingdom - England and Wales National Survey of Morbidity in General Practice 1991-1992. Survey: Cross-sectional - Health facility - Interview - Outpatient - Urban-rural representative.