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Microsoft Word - WP 03-02.doc CHEPA WORKING PAPER SERIES Paper 03-02 Geographic Disparity in Premature Mortality in Ontario, 1992-1996 Chris Altmayer, MSc Brian Hutchison, MD, MSc, CCFP Vicki Torrance-Rynard, MSc Jeremiah Hurley, PhD Stephen Birch, DPhil John D. Eyles, PhD CCeennttrree ffoorr HHeeaalltthh EEccoonnoommiiccss aanndd PPoolliiccyy AAnnaallyyssiiss NOT FOR CITATION WITHOUT PERMISSION Geographic Disparity in Premature Mortality in Ontario, 1992-1996 Chris Altmayer, MSc1 Brian Hutchison, MD, MSc, CCFP2-4 Vicki Torrance-Rynard, MSc3 Jeremiah Hurley, PhD2,3,5 Stephen Birch, DPhil2,3 John D. Eyles, PhD2,3,6 1. Health Research Methodology Program, McMaster University 2. Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis, McMaster University 3. Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University 4. Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University 5. Department of Economics, McMaster University 6. School of Geography and Geology, McMaster University Correspondence and Reprint Requests: Dr. Brian Hutchison, Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University, HSC-3H1D, 200 Main Street West, Hamilton, ON L8N 3Z5, Tel: 905-525-9140 Ext. 22018, Fax: 905-546-5211, E-mail: [email protected] Cite as: Altmayer C, Hutchison B, Torrance-Rynard V, Hurley J, Birch S, Eyles JD. Geographic Disparity in Premature Mortality in Ontario, 1992-1996. McMaster University Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis Working Paper 03-02. February 2003. Premature Mortality in Ontario CHEPA Working Paper Series 03-02 1 ABSTRACT Objectives: This article examines the extent of geographic disparity in premature mortality in Ontario and considers factors that may underlie variations in prematu

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