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Care spending up by 4.4 percent

Spending on health care and welfare in the Netherlands amounted to 65.7 billion euro in 2006. This is 4.4 percent more than in 2005.

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To make the right choice, you need independent data

Simply understanding the economy is no longer enough to gain insights into society. Social and cultural insights and information about citizens

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Obesity leads to more sickness absence

A publication just released by Statistics Netherlands on health and care in 2007 comprises seven articles on a range of recent developments in the area of health and care.

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Calendar

Selection of Statistics Netherlands releases in the period 10 - 14 March 2014.

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State of health of the Dutch population

Health perception, height, obesity, health complaints, physical limitations, psychosocial complaints by sex, type of insurance,

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Health accounts; functions and financing, 2005-2013

Health accounts; functions and financing, with link to Dutch health and social care accounts

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Sudden, unexpected death

Person who died suddenly and unexpectedly, where it is assumed that no medical decisions were made about the end of life.

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One in five Dutch contact physiotherapist

Altogether, nearly 19 percent of the Dutch population contacted a physiotherapist at least once in 2008: about 23 percent of women and 16 percent of men.

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Health accounts; providers and financing, 2005-2013

Health Accounts; providers and financing, with link to Dutch Health and Social Care Accounts

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Workforce composition differs between care sectors

According to Statistics Netherlands’ new statistics on care institutions, the composition of the workforce in care differs between the various care sectors.

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Nearly one-quarter of Dutch prepared to donate their organs

Nearly one-quarter in the population aged 12 years and older have given explicit permission for their organs or tissues to be donated after death. More women than men have given permission for organ...

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More than one thousand cold and flu-related deaths

In the first four weeks of 2009, mortality among the older population was more than one thousand higher than in the preceding years.

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Hospital admissions affect drop-out rate vwo pupils

Vwo (pre-university education) pupils who were admitted in hospital once or more run a greater risk to leave secondary education without a regular diploma than vwo pupils who were never admitted in...

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Moroccans least often hospitalised for cancer

In 2008, Moroccans were less often admitted to hospital for cancer and cardiovascular diseases than other ethnic groups. Turks were most often admitted for cardiovascular diseases, followed by...

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More GP house calls for elderly with a low income

Some nine out of ten people aged over 75 in the Netherlands consulted their general practitioner at least once in 2008.

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Annual AWBZ deficit again exceeds 3 billion euro

The costs of long-term care provided under the Exceptional Medical Expenses Act (AWBZ) have risen continually in recent years but revenues fell short. The deficit amounted to 3.3 billion euro in...

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Half of employees experience aggression in the workplace

Last year, 48 percent of employees in the health care sector had to cope with workplace aggression, versus 33 percent of all employees.

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AIDS death toll more than 4,300 since 1983

Last year, 66 persons in the Netherlands died from AIDS. Since 1983, the AIDS death toll in the Netherlands totals 4,344.

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Nearly 3 percent of children suffer from autism or related disorders

Information provided by parents indicates that autism and related disorders occur in nearly 3 percent of children and are twice as often found in boys as in girls. Boys are treated for autism or...

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Aids deaths now stable

50 people died of aids in the Netherlands in 2010, 41 men and 9 women. Aids deaths have been stable over the last five years.

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