NDHS


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NDHS

Abbreviation for:
National Diet-Heart Study
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These are higher figures that the 2010 NDHS which found that 13% of 15-19 year olds and 15.
Abbreviations: AD = active duty, CFI = comparative fit index, NDHS = Neurocognition Deployment Health Study, NG = National Guard, OIF = Operation Iraqi Freedom, PCL = PTSD Checklist, PCS-12 = physical component summary (of Medical Outcomes Study 12-Item Short Form), PTSD = posttraumatic stress disorder, RMSEA = root-mean-square error of approximation, SD = standard deviation, SEM = structural equation modeling, SF-12 = (Medical Outcomes Study) 12-Item Short Form, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs, VR-12 = (Medical Outcomes Study) 12-Item Short Form for military veterans.
NDHS's family of products fills a need by providing comprehensive discount healthcare benefits to those who are uninsured, uninsurable and the underinsured," stated Lee Stokes, President of NDHS.
The NFHP survey was modeled closely on the NDHS in content, sampling and analysis.
The survey followed NDHS methodology, except that the household listing was done during, rather than before, the main survey.
Because the NFHP study focused on only 40 districts, rather than on the whole country, we calculated new weights for the 2009 survey and also for the 2006 NDHS data on the rural clusters.
2) Data on rural areas, from the 2006 NDHS and the 2009 NFHP survey indicate that the proportion of currently married women who reported that their husbands were living away increased from 29% in 2006 to 32% in 2009 (p<.
Number of currently married women aged 15-49 and proportion using a contraceptive method, by sample and cohabitation status, according to survey, Nepal Sample and cohabitation status 2001 2006 2009 NFHP NDHS NDHS survey All districts (N) 8,342 8,257 na All 39.
Fear of side effects and other health concerns, along with the inadequate availability of contraception also appeared in the 2001 NDHS data seen below in Table 2.
According to NDHS (2002) data, a higher per centage of urban Nepali women attend school, and urban women obtain higher levels of education than the women of the mountain areas, such as Humlis (see Table 3).