Suicide in Wisconsin: Impact and Response
Discusses suicide in Wisconsin, including data, risk
factors, and the statewide prevention plan. Provides data
on suicide trends from 2000-2017; suicide rates by sex,
age, sexual orientation, and other demographics; methods of
suicide; and more. Compares rural and urban counties on
rates of suicide and hospitalization with self-harm
Date: 09/2020 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Wisconsin Department of Health Services view details
Increase in Suicide Mortality in the United States, 1999–2018
Reports on changes in suicide rates in the U.S. from 1999 through 2018. Includes 2018 age-adjusted suicide rates for men and women by county of residence for urban and rural counties.
Author(s): Holly Hedegaard, Sally C. Curtin, Margaret Warner Date: 04/2020 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: National Center for Health Statistics view details
Cancer in Michigan 2020
Provides an overview of Michigan's cancer burden with data showing cancer rates by race, gender, and type of cancer, as well as mortality rates and cancer incidence by county. Includes rural versus urban comparisons of health behaviors such as smoking, drinking, and cancer screenings.
Date: 2020 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services view details
Lung Cancer Incidence in Nonmetropolitan and Metropolitan Counties — United States, 2007–2016
Reports on lung cancer incidence rates in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan counties, with data by sex and by age at diagnosis. Includes data for 2007 and 2016, as well as the change in rate from 2007 to 2016. Discusses strategies to reduce exposure to lung cancer risk factors and how those strategies might be targeted to decrease disparities.
Author(s): Mary Elizabeth O'Neil, S. Jane Henley, Elizabeth A. Rohan, et al. Citation: MMWR (Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report), 68(44), 993-998 Date: 11/2019 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention view details
Sociodemographic and Health Status Characteristics of Maine's Newly Eligible Medicaid Beneficiaries
Describes the sociodemographic characteristics, access to healthcare, and health status for Maine's adults with low income and no dependent children using data derived from the 2011-2016 Maine Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, in preparation of Medicaid expansion. Offers recommendations to policymakers, providers, and other stakeholders supporting the effective implementation of Medicaid expansion to address the health needs of potential enrollees.
Author(s): Zachariah Croll, Erika Ziller, Barbara Leonard Date: 09/2019 Type: Document Sponsoring organizations: Maine Health Access Foundation, Muskie School of Public Service Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy view details