Monthly Archives: November 2013

Illustrating Global Health 3: No. Seriously. What About The Men?

So the annual furore over White Ribbon Day got me thinking about gendered differences in causes of death, and I decided to have a play around with the cause graphs from the GBD to see which causes predominate in which … Continue reading

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Illustrating Global Health 2: HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis by Region

The second causes of death I’ve had a good look at HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis (TB), by region. TB and HIV are the two leading causes of death due to infectious disease worldwide, each causing an estimated 2.3% of all deaths … Continue reading

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Illustrating Global Health: Deaths Due to Intentional Injury in Three Countries

Over the next few weeks I’ll be publishing interesting infographics I come across while spending happy hours trawling the visualisation tools for the Global Burden of Diseases Study 2010. This is the first really striking one I’ve come across – the … Continue reading

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