Overview of Michigan’s Health and Demographic Profile. Lonnie D. Barnett, MPH Manager, Health Planning & Access to Care Section Michigan Department of Community Health October 2, 2008. Presentation Outline. Demographics Leading Causes of Death Health Risk Factors Maternal and Child Health
Lonnie D. Barnett, MPH
Manager, Health Planning & Access to Care Section
Michigan Department of Community Health
October 2, 2008
Source: U.S. Census Bureau – Decennial Census 1990 and 2000, American Community Survey 2007.
*Indicates the increase between 2007 and 2000 Only (1990 Data not available). All others are 1990 to 2007.
Source: Michigan Department of Community Health, Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program statewide database.
TB Cases by National Origin, Lead Poisoning Prevention Program statewide database.Michigan, 1998 – 2007
Estimated new TB cases (all forms) per 100 000 population Lead Poisoning Prevention Program statewide database.
0 - 24
25 - 49
50 - 99
100 - 299
300 or more
No estimateEstimated TB Incidence Rates, 2004
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Graphic by T. Engelhaupt, Center for Food Security and Public Health, Iowa State University, 2004
Source: CDC, US, National Immunization Survey, 1998-2007. Lead Poisoning Prevention Program statewide database.