[USA], June 23 (ANI): A recent study highlights the oral health inequality
between indigenous and non-indigenous children across the country.
As part of the Marmot Network, Coventry has had access to international experts on reducing health inequality
. Coventry City Council says its successes over the last few years include introducing safeguarding and dementia training for the fire service, having mental health nurses accompanying police officers and increasing the number of women taking up cervical cancer screenings.
JohnWhite, Director of Human Resources at NHS Lanarkshire, said:"Our staff are without doubt our most valuable asset and are fundamental to the success of NHS Lanarkshire.Tackling health inequality
in Lanarkshire is one of our top priorities in improving the health of local people.
This is why governments and non-government organizations across countries strive to close the gap of health inequality
. According to WHO, there are two determinants of health inequality
: structural and intermediary/ social.
Studies about health inequality
which start from different theoretical foundations in terms of their empirical investigations offer different interpretations and solutions in relation to the problem.
is defined as differences in health among individuals or between groups (socioeconomic, geography, education, race, etc.).
POVERTY still scars Scotland in 2015 - and the health inequality
which sees poor people die much earlier than their wealthier countrymen is our national shame.
They detail the measurement aspects, including bounded health outcomes, regional patterns, ordinal approaches, multidimensional inequality in terms of quality of life and longevity, population change and income-related inequalities, and socioeconomic factors; determinants of health inequality
, such as developmental origins and occupation; inequality of opportunity in health; empirical studies of early life conditions and health inequality
in later life, wealth and multidimensional inequality, and income inequality, health, and development; and equity in health care and cost-effectiveness analysis.
means inappropriate system functioning which result in inequality in social status and living conditions.
Over the decades, she has been unrelenting in highlighting the failings of governments in addressing the social determinants of health, and how poverty and low pay are linked to health inequality
Published this month in the journal Psychological Medicine, the research was undertaken by researchers at Cardiff University's School of Medicine and used data from the Caerphilly Health and Social Needs Cohort Study - a study of health inequality
set in the Caerphilly borough.