Indicators are explained below the map.
Numbers in green = better than EU average; red = worse than EU average.
|Life expectancy||Men: 79.7 years|
|Women: 83.1 years|
|Self-perceived health||Low education level: 63.6%|
|Medium education level: 74.4%|
|High education level: 83.3%|
|Access to health care services||Low education level: 0.4%|
|Medium education level: 0.1%|
|High education level: 0.2%|
|Life expectancy||lowest: Groningen, 81.0 years|
|highest: Utrecht, 82.4 years|
|At risk of poverty or social exclusion||lowest: Noord-Brabant, 11.4%|
|highest: Groningen, 18.7%|
|Tertiary educational attainment||lowest: Zeeland, 29.7%|
|highest: Utrecht, 52.7%|
Statistics Netherlands – Central Bureau of Statistics
EuroHealthNet partners working on health inequalities
National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM)
Pharos Dutch centre of expertise on health disparities
Netherlands Institute of Mental Health and Addiction (Trimbos Institute)
Radboud University Medical Center
Dutch Association of Mental Health and Addiction Care (De Nederlandse GGZ)
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Resources from and about the Netherlands
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