Executive summary

December 2005
European Health Report 2005;2005, pVIII
The article presents an executive summary of the report "The European Health Report 2005: Public Health Action for Healthier Children and Populations." It summarizes the major public health issues facing in Europe, particularly its children, and describing effective policy responses. The report ends with statistical tables giving some of the data that form the basis for its conclusions, and definitions of some of the terms used.


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