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population profile

A general term referring to the characteristics of a local population in the UK served by a particular NHS trust.

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Employment levels, social class, ethnicity and demands made on the organisations that provide their healthcare.
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Camera-traps simultaneously deployed over an expansive area allow the refining and calibration of density estimates, and also provide accurate information on population demographics, recruitment and survival.
Analysts say the industrialisation of the developing world - and global population demographics - mean worldwide oil demand is set to grow from 90m barrel of oil equivalent per day (boepd) to over 100m boepd equivalent by 2030.
Esber pointed out that Oman's property market fundamentals should not be underestimated as the population demographics are shifting, creating an increased demand for quality properties and living environments, particularly from local buyers.
By its own analysis Ramsay's future is rosy, underpinned by favourable population demographics. The company anticipates strong profit growth over the next 30 years as the "so called baby boomers pass through their health care demanding years" (see story page 18).
In the meantime, the Kurds come second to the Arabs in terms of population demographics in the northern reaches of Syria.
Local education and service providers should work together to employ more new graduates, boost employment of new graduates in aged care and PHC, and improve employment of Maori and Pacific nurses to match population demographics. NNOs also want specific funding to boost employment of Maori and Pacific new graduates, particularly in PHC.
AuM growth in the Middle East will be mainly driven by positive economic outlook, family businesses & entrepreneurship, and the population demographics, the research revealed.
As population demographics change in low- and middle-income countries, patients are exposed to the sustained effects of exposure to the risk factors of smoking, hypertension, diabetes and dyslipidaemia.
* How will changing population demographics, economic conditions, and the rapid pace of health systems change affect nursing supply and demand?
The letter said that the state of national affairs and population demographics has changed immensely and an updated database is needed to meet the demands of the growing population by matching our resources in accordance.
It is believed that changing population demographics will result in hearing care services becoming an increasingly important part of primary care provision in the UK.
Kanawha County (Charleston) has the highest HIV prevalence and twice the African American general population (7.4%) as compared to West Virginia (3.5%)., With these differences in patient population demographics, it is especially important to minimize disparities in health care.