Mortality from most causes of death is a function of a small number of distal or deep drivers and a larger number of proximate or more immediate drivers. For two specific mortality types, however, specifically deaths from AIDS and vehicle accidents, there are more specialized representations that rely on a number of more cause-related drivers.
- Distal Drivers and Basic Indicators
- Smoking and Smoking Impact
- Proximate Drivers and Risk-Specific Population Attributable Fractions
- Specialized Models: Death from AIDS and Vehicle Accidents
- Forward Linkages from Health