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Health inequalities in the EU : Final report of a consortium : Consortium lead : Sir Michael Marmot

Contributor(s): European Commission.
BBDD: Libros Publisher: [Ginebra] European Commission 2013Edition: 1ª ed.Description: 176 p.ISBN: 9789279308987.Clasificación(es): 2460 Salud y servicios de salud mentalInteresa: Psicología Clínica y de la SaludDescriptor(es): Factores sociales | Factores económicos | Política sanitaria | SaludTipo de documento: TécnicoOnline resources: Acceso electrónico
Contents:
Executive summary. Final report. 1.Background. 1.1. Introduction. 1.2. Policy development. 1.3. Scope of the report. 1.4. Structure of the report. 2. Health inequalities between EU Member States and regions. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. The current health divide between EU Member States. 2.3. Recent trends in inequalities in mortality between EU Member States. 2.4. Health inequalities between regions (NUTS 2 areas) in the EU. 2.5. Health inequalities between regions within EU Member States. 2.6. Summary. 3. Relationship between social and health inequalities in the EU. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Conceptual framework. 3.3. Inequalities in the social determinants of health. 3.4. Social differences in individual health. 3.5. Socio-economic inequalities in regional mortality. 3.6. Mortality differences between neighbourhoods. 3.7. Additional studies on the health inequality situation in the EU. 3.8. Other EU-wide studies currently being undertaken. 3.9. Summary of evidence that has become available since 2006 on the relationship between social and health inequalities in the EU. 4. Policy response to health inequalities. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. EU-level actions on health inequalities. 4.3. Country-level policies. 5. Commentary and recommendations. 5.1. The health inequality situation. 5.2. EU-level action. 5.3. Analysis of country-level responses. 5.4. Review of the health divide and the social determinants of health in the WHO European region. 5.5. Recommendations. List of annexes. Glossary. 'a' Acronyms and terms used in the report. 'b' Country groupings of EU member States and other EHP countries used in the report. References.
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Executive summary. Final report. 1.Background. 1.1. Introduction. 1.2. Policy development. 1.3. Scope of the report. 1.4. Structure of the report. 2. Health inequalities between EU Member States and regions. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. The current health divide between EU Member States. 2.3. Recent trends in inequalities in mortality between EU Member States. 2.4. Health inequalities between regions (NUTS 2 areas) in the EU. 2.5. Health inequalities between regions within EU Member States. 2.6. Summary. 3. Relationship between social and health inequalities in the EU. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Conceptual framework. 3.3. Inequalities in the social determinants of health. 3.4. Social differences in individual health. 3.5. Socio-economic inequalities in regional mortality. 3.6. Mortality differences between neighbourhoods. 3.7. Additional studies on the health inequality situation in the EU. 3.8. Other EU-wide studies currently being undertaken. 3.9. Summary of evidence that has become available since 2006 on the relationship between social and health inequalities in the EU. 4. Policy response to health inequalities. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. EU-level actions on health inequalities. 4.3. Country-level policies. 5. Commentary and recommendations. 5.1. The health inequality situation. 5.2. EU-level action. 5.3. Analysis of country-level responses. 5.4. Review of the health divide and the social determinants of health in the WHO European region. 5.5. Recommendations. List of annexes. Glossary. 'a' Acronyms and terms used in the report. 'b' Country groupings of EU member States and other EHP countries used in the report. References.

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