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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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2] setpoint, and the actual population profile for the zone.
It illustrates the wave of baby-boomers, roughly aged 40-60 in 2002, followed by a decline in the population profile (the "baby bust" generation, or generation X), and then a second relatively large generation comprised of the boomers children (the echo generation) (Foot and Stoffman 1998).
For the first time in any of our polls, the environment was named as a growing concern (two per cent), perhaps reflecting the younger population profile of the constituency
A prison population profile analysis does not establish with certainty how much crime is prevented by long-term imprisonment.
All Arab countries have a very young population profile that is vulnerable to the threat of an HIV/AIDS epidemic.
In 1992 Beth Osborne Daponte, a statistician-demographer for the Census Bureau's International Division, was given the routine assignment of updating the government's population profile of Iraq.
The retention initiatives underway will be implemented only after some members have decided to leave," she reported, with the ominous warning that "It could take the Canadian Forces as long as 30 years to achieve a stable population profile.
Some fascinating facts about America's people were recently revealed in a report by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau titled The Population Profile of the United States: 2000.
Foleshill has the youngest and most diverse population profile of any Coventry ward, with 27 per cent of the population aged between 13 and 23.
Programs like these take into account that the "full time" nonworking graduate student is becoming an anachronism; the population profile trend in higher education is the mature professional who desires higher education but not at the expense of sacrificing employment status.
The description is useful for observing the population profile of these countries and demonstrating how each country has moved along the path of demographic transition since the 1950s.
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