The publication draws on results based on the responses of nearly 80,000 Australians to the 2012 Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers (SDAC), and presents information about people with disability who were identified as having an unmet
need for formal assistance.
Few studies have examined longitudinal changes in unmet
need and lack of need among cohorts of women.
Therefore, the researchers estimated that high contraceptive discontinuation in the past and present could leave up to 94 million (45 million + 49 million) women with unmet
need for effective family planning in HIV-infected individuals: results from a survey in rural Uganda.
Buse and her coinvestigators identified five domains of possible unmet
treatment needs, and resurveyed the migraine population for their response.
The researchers also found greater unmet
medical needs among individuals with fair or poor health and among children from families with lower incomes.
need as a concept dates to the 1960s, when researchers first demonstrated a gap in the developing world between women's fertility preferences and their use of contraception.
Since HSCSN has a smaller provider network than the Medicaid FFS program, one might expect to find a higher level of unmet
need for medical services among children enrolled in HSCSN.
The rate of unmet
need is highest among individuals with speech and learning disabilities, with the most prevalent reason for unmet
needs for children attending school being funding cutbacks, particularly for tutors and teacher's aides.
It addresses important unmet
housing needs and will eliminate existent blight"
is a cardiovascular drug discovery and development company focused on developing effective therapeutics for unmet
needs in the field of cardiovascular medicine.
The ILPs were funded at only "token" levels relative to the unmet
IL needs of persons with disabilities within their communities.