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Birth rates evolution in Spain. Birth trends in Spain from 1941 to 2010



Birth rates evolution in Spain. Birth trends in Spain from 1941 to 2010



Anales de Pediatria 82(1): E1-E6



The aim of this study was to analyse trends of births in Spain and its Autonomous Communities (CCAA) over a 70 year period (1941-2010). The crude birth rates per 1,000 inhabitants/year were calculated by CCAA using Joinpoint regression models. Change points in trend and annual percentage of change (APC) were identified. The distribution of 38,160,305 births between 1941 and 2010 shows important changes in trends both nationally and among the CCAA. There is a general pattern for the whole country, with 5 turning points being identified with changes in trend and annual percentage change (APC). Differences are also found among regions. The analysis of trends in birth rates and the annual rates of change should enable public health authorities to properly plan pediatric care resources in our country.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.anpedi.2014.03.018


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