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Vital statistics of Glasgow, illustrating the sanatory condition of the population

by Robert Cowan

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Published by [s.n.] in Glasgow] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mortality

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert Cowan, M.D.
    ContributionsBritish Association for the Advancement of Science. Economic Science and Statistics Section, University of Glasgow. Library
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p. ;
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26295357M

    “Vital Statistics of Glasgow.” {} Report of Commission of Inquiry into the State of Large Towns and Populous Districts. First Report, Appendix. {a} Factories’ Inquiry Commission’s Reports, 3rd vol. Report of Dr. Hawkins on Lancashire, in which Dr. Robertson is cited—the “Chief Authority for Statistics in . If you can't find what you're looking for go to statistics on News Monthly GDP Estimates for May. 17 Jul Employment, Unemployment and Inactivity for young people (16 to 24 years): Scotland. 17 Jun Economic output fell by % in Quarter 1.

    A lecture on the sanitary condition of Chorlton-upon-Medlock:delivered at the request of the Manchester and Salford Sanitary Association, in the Town Hall, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, on Thursday evening, January 12th, Vital statistics of Glasgow, illustrating the sanatory condition of the population; Vital statistics of New Orleans; Vital. An essay on the best modes of representing accurately, by statistical returns, the pressure and progress of the causes of mortality amongst different classes of the community and amongst the populations of different districts and countries: with additional proofs and illustrations of the doctrine advanced in the sanatory report that epidemic diseases increase the pressure of population.

    Managed by the Scottish Government, this site provides a range of official statistics about Scotland from a variety of data producers, for information and re-use. Read more about the site, or get in touch: [email protected]   Although today’s population is relatively healthy at just over ,, in recent years Glasgow’s population growth has slowed dramatically. The U.K.’s Office for National Statistics reports that Glasgow’s population grew by just 1% between and This is one of the lowest rates of growth of any major UK city, and under half the.


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"Vital Statistics of Glasgow, Illustrating the Sanatory Condition of the Population" is an article from Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Volume 3. View more articles from Journal of the Statistical Society of London.

View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. Vital statistics of Glasgow, illustrating the sanatory condition of the population. Title: Vital Statistics of Glasgow, Illustrating the Sanatory Condition of the Population Created Date: Z.

Robert Cowan, 'Vital statistics of Glasgow, illustrating the sanatory condition of the population', Jnl of the Statistic al Society of London, 3 (), pp. Mary Beth Emmerichs, 'Getting away with murder. Homicide and the coroners in nineteenth-century London'.

His most significant publications were Vital Statistics of Glasgow, published inand Vital Statistics of Glasgow - Illustrating the Sanitary Condition of the Population, published in ().

Vital statistics of Glasgow illustrating the sanitary condition of the population. Vital statistics of Glasgow. Vital statistics of large towns in Scotland. Report of a committee of the British Association". R. CowanVital Statistics of Glasgow Illustrating the Sanitary Condition of the Population.

Maelehose and Sons () Google Scholar. ArnottReports on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Scotland, in Consequence of an Inquiry Directed to be made by the Poor Laws Commissioners (18th edn), House of Commons Parliamentary.

Journal of the Statistical Society of London Volume 3, Number 2, July, Anonymous Report of a Committee of the Statistical Society of London, Appointed to Collect and Enquire into Vital Statistics, Upon the Sickness and Mortality Among the European and Native Troops Serving in the Madras Presidency, from the Year to Regius Professor of Forensic Medicine and Science Member of Department Date/Edition: Title: Book/Article/Thesis: Publisher: Legal Aspects of Dental Prac.

Actuaries hadbeen aware of comparative sanatory condition ofvarious this for sometime, though in practice it proved districts, with illustrations, derived from difficult to construct life tables given the numerousplaces in Great Britain at the period of rudimentary state ofvital statistics.

See Glass, op. the last census', Q. statist. Soc. Population. Glasgow's total population, according to the UK census, was ,The population density was 3,/km 2 (8,/sq mi).

This Scottish Government website provides a range of small area statistics including information on health, education, poverty, unemployment, housing, population, crime and social / community issues at the data zone level. Open Glasgow Set up as part of the Future City Demonstrator project, aims to provide accessible data to Glasgow’s citizens.

Bulletin of the History of Medicine () Edwin Chadwick's Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of is famous for launching the public health movement in. "Vital Statistics of Glasgow, Illustrating the Sanatory Condition of the Population" is an article from Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Volume 3.

View more articles from Journal of the Statistical Society of London. View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. THE GENERAL SANITARY CONDITION OF THE COUNTY AS DEDUCIBLE FROM THE VITAL STATISTICS OF THE PAST TEN YEARS. When a physician is called upon to deal with a case of illness, his first duty is, at whatever cost, to make a careful diagnosis of the case - to ascertain the nature of the disease and its seat.

Until. To report the statistics and sanitary condition of the population of that domicil. I will quote but one or two illustrations.: It has been estimated by careful writers on vital statistics.

Nightingale believed diagrams to be a vital means of communicating statistics to non-specialist audiences, writing, ‘diagrams are of great utility for illustrating certain questions of vital statistics by conveying ideas on the subject through the eye, which cannot be so readily grasped when contained in figures’ (Nightingale, ).In the ‘Rose Diagram’ – also known as the.

The picture is not all gloomy though. Burns notes that, overall, health and life expectancy in Glasgow have improved over the past 30 years. A report, Let Glasgow Flourish, suggests that some health problems in Greater Glasgow are recent. One example is the fourfold increase in alcohol-related deaths that occurred between and Population Estimates.

Glasgow's population click on graph to expand. In the population of Glasgow was estimated as 77, Within 20 years the population had almost doubled toand a hundred years later, inthe population was ten. 3. Scottish, Glasgow and East Glasgow effects: Nested health effects illustrating the consequences of accumulative multi-source stress.

In the late 's a UK-wide report highlighted that premature mortality in Scotland was more severe than in England or Wales (Carstairs and Morris,Walsh et al.,Whynes, a, Whynes, b).Although these higher mortality rates were. Buy Vital, Social, and Economic Statistics of the City of Glasgow:With the Thereon (Classic Reprint) by Nicol, James (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.STATISTICS. GLASGOW ROYAL INFIRMARY. 18 BY. JOHN CHARLES STEELE, M, D. The. annual vital statistics of hospitals present for the most part, in their general outline and details, so striking a similarity of results and confirmation of previously-established inferences, the sanatory conditions which lead to the same.Population Projections Latest national and sub-national population projections for Scottish areas.

Also access guidance and support if interested in sub-council areas projections. Quality Assurance Information on the quality assurance arrangements for administrative data sources used in the production of population statistics. Developments.