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Marília R. Nepomuceno
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Besides population age structure, health and other demographic factors can contribute to understanding the COVID-19 burden
MR Nepomuceno, E Acosta, D Alburez-Gutierrez, JM Aburto, A Gagnon, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (25), 13881-13883, 2020
1122020
Data Resource Profile: COVerAGE-DB: a global demographic database of COVID-19 cases and deaths
T Riffe, E Acosta, MR Nepomuceno, TCDB team
International Journal of Epidemiology 50 (2), 2021
57*2021
Sensitivity analysis of excess mortality due to the COVID‐19 pandemic
MR Nepomuceno, I Klimkin, DA Jdanov, A Alustiza‐Galarza, ...
Population and Development Review, 2022
26*2022
Trends in healthy life expectancy among older Brazilian women between 1998 and 2008
MR Nepomuceno, CM Turra
Revista de Saúde Pública 49, 2015
22*2015
International handbook of health expectancies
C Jagger, EM Crimmins, Y Saito, RTDC Yokota, H Van Oyen, JM Robine
Springer International Publishing, 2020
182020
The Population of Centenarians in Brazil: Historical Estimates from 1900 to 2000
MR Nepomuceno, CM Turra
Population and Development Review, 2020
172020
Decomposing gaps in healthy life expectancy
AA Raalte, MR Nepomuceno
International handbook of health expectancies, 107-122, 2020
102020
Assessing the quality of education reporting in Brazilian censuses
MR Nepomuceno, CM Turra
Demographic Research 42, 441-460, 2020
82020
A contribuição da demografia para os estudos de mortalidade em tempos de pandemia
GM Borges, MR Nepomuceno
Revista Brasileira de Estudos de População 37, 2020
42020
Vulnerable groups at increased risk of COVID-19 in sub-Saharan Africa: The case of the HIV population
M Nepomuceno
OSF Preprints, 2020
32020
The Boomer Penalty: Excess Mortality among Baby Boomers in Canada and the
E Acosta, A Gagnon, N Ouellette, R Bourbeau, M Nepomuceno, ...
3*2019
Expectativa de vida saudável no Brasil com base no método intercensitário
MR Nepomuceno
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, 2012
32012
The Cross-sectional Average Inequality in Lifespan (CAL): A Lifespan Variation Measure That Reflects the Mortality Histories of Cohorts
MR Nepomuceno, Q Cui, A van Raalte, JM Aburto, V Canudas-Romo
Demography 59 (1), 187-206, 2022
22022
Gender disparities in health at older ages and their consequences for well-being in Latin America and the Caribbean
MR Nepomuceno, V Di Lego, CM Turra
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 19 (1), TBA-OLF, 2021
22021
A cohort survival comparison between Central Eastern European and high-longevity countries
MR Nepomuceno, V Canudas-Romo
Population 74 (3), 281-302, 2019
22019
What should be the baseline when calculating excess mortality? New approaches suggest that we have underestimated the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and previous winter peaks
VM Shkolnikov, I Klimkin, M McKee, DA Jdanov, A Alustiza-Galarza, ...
SSM-population health 18, 101118, 2022
12022
The dangers of drawing cohort profiles from period data: a research note
A van Raalte, U Basellini, CG Camarda, M Nepomuceno, M Myrskylä
SocArXiv, 2022
12022
How is lifespan variation developing across cohorts?
A van Raalte, M Nepomuceno, CG Camarda
Institut National d'Etudes Dé mographiques Working Papers, 2018
12018
Desaparecidxs: characterizing the population of missing children using Twitter
C Coimbra Vieira, D Alburez-Gutierrez, M R. Nepomuceno, T Theile
14th ACM Web Science Conference 2022, 185-190, 2022
2022
Age Reporting for the Oldest Old in the Brazilian COVID-19 Vaccination Database: What Can We Learn From It?
C Turra, F Fernandes, M Nepomuceno, JA Calazans
PAA 2022 Annual Meeting, 2022
2022
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