Author Archives: Intl J for Equity in Health

Women’s education level amplifies the effects of a livelihoods-based intervention on…

Many organizations seek to alleviate poverty in the developing world, often focusing their interventions on women.

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Understanding the effects of socioeconomic status along the breast cancer continuum in…

Globally, the provision of equitable outcomes for women with breast cancer is a priority for governments.

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Minimum dietary diversity and associated factors among children aged 6–23 months in Addis…

Dietary diversity has long been recognized as a key element of high quality diets.

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Factors influencing risky sexual behaviour among Mozambican miners: a socio-epidemiological…

Information dealing with social and behavioural risk factors as well as their mechanisms among Mozambican migrants working in South African mines remains undocumented.

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Financial burden of healthcare for cancer patients with social medical insurance: a…

Cancer accounts for one-fifth of the total deaths in China and brings heavy financial burden to patients and their families.

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The scope and impact of mobile health clinics in the United States: a literature review

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Anxiety and depression in older patients: the role of culture and acculturation

Anxiety and depression are major health concerns in general among older adults and especially during hospitalization, as they lead to numerous negative outcomes.

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Ageing under unequal circumstances: a cross-sectional analysis of the gender and socioeconomic…

In a context of population ageing, it is a priority for planning and prevention to understand the socioeconomic (SE) patterning of functional limitations and its consequences on healthcare needs.

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Comparison of patient perceived primary care quality in public clinics, public hospitals and…

In rural China, patients have free choice of health facilities for outpatient services.

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Equity in health financing of Guangxi after China’s universal health coverage: evidence based…

Healthcare financing should be equitable.

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Different indicators of socioeconomic status and their relative importance as determinants of…

Socioeconomic status has been operationalised in a variety of ways, most commonly as education, social class, or income.

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Perceived barriers and enablers to participation in a community-tailored physical activity…

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have higher rates of chronic disease and a lower life expectancy than non-Indigenous Australians.

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Negotiating power relations, gender equality, and collective agency: are village health…

Participatory health initiatives ideally support progressive social change and stronger collective agency for marginalized groups.

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“We are toothless and hanging, but optimistic”: sub county managers’ experiences of rapid…

In March 2013, Kenya transitioned from a centralized to a devolved system of governance.

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