Regional inequalities in self-reported conditions and NCDs – Findings from the 2014 European Social Survey
Within the European Union (EU), substantial efforts are being made to achieve economic and social cohesion, and the reduction of health inequalities between EU regions is integral to this process. This paper is the first to examine how self-reported conditions and non-communicable diseases (NCDs) vary spatially between and within countries. Using newly available harmonized morbidity data from across Europe, this paper shows that there are considerable regional inequalities within and between European countries in the distribution of self-reported conditions and NCDs.
Authors: K.H. Thomson, A.-C. Renneberg, C. L. McNamara, N. Akhter, N. Reibling, C. Bambra
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