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Revisitando uma aplicação do Modelo de Grade of Membership (GoM) às causas múltiplas de mortes neonatais precoces para uma maternidade pública de Belo Horizonte

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  • Kátia Cristina Isaías da Silva

    (NEPO-UFMG Patrícia Tavares de Freitas
    IFCH-UNICAMP Silvana Nunes de Queiroz
    NEPO-UFMG Gilvan Ramalho Guedes
    Brown University Pamila Cristina Lima Siviero)

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    The present study explores and describes, in detail, an application of the Grade of Membership (GoM) method, widely used in demographic studies. It presents an exercise to data used in a previous study (Assis and coleagues, 2008), which relates to neonatal deaths in a public hospital in Belo Horizonte, and presents the technical procedures used, in a didactic way.

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    Length: 17 pages
    Date of creation: Jun 2010
    Handle: RePEc:cdp:texdis:td388
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