Nursing Home Cares in Response to Different Diseases: Based on Data from Six Chinese Provinces and Cities

Published: 27 February 2023| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/p2c2k9d4jf.3


Correspondence should be addressed to Liyuan Jiao. The data for this study was collected from 2012 to 2022 and comprised of the top ten disease-related deaths in three regions, including nine provinces and cities. The mortality rates of each disease and its percentage were obtained from the relevant websites of the provincial (city) statistical bureaus and health and care committees through statistical yearbooks, statistical bulletins on health and health development, and working statistics of health and care committees. In this study, Beijing was treated as the target case, and seven relevant literature pieces were selected through a search on Google Scholar. Through literature analysis, views were derived that related to different disease care approaches for the elderly in nursing homes.


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Through literature analysis, the data on the composition of causes of death in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei was derived from the top 13 diseases with the highest mortality rates published by the Beijing Health and Health Big Data and Health Policy Research Center in 2021 and the information released by the statistical bureaus of each province. For Hong Kong and Macao, the data from the Hong Kong Department of Health and the Macao Health Bureau were referred to respectively, including the mortality rate of each disease and the composition of death cause. The majority of the data pertains to urban areas over the past decade, with some relating to rural areas. which are believed to be of great help for further studies.


Zhuhai College Jilin University


Nursing, Elderly Health