2 edition of Socio-economic differences in mortality in Europe found in the catalog.
Socio-economic differences in mortality in Europe
At head of title: Council of Europe.
|Series||Population studies -- 9, Population studies (Council of Europe) -- no.9.|
|Contributions||Council of Europe.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||89|
Summary. This review paper is concerned with the topic of mortality differences by socio-economic group in Switzerland. After a short introduction to the topic and the pitfalls associated with it, the paper reviews work done in the course of a ten year programme investigating Cited by: The Determinants of Mortality David Cutler, Angus Deaton and gradients, are part of a wider pattern that relates mortality to measures of socio-economic status. For example, American blacks had a life expectancy in that The decline in mortality over time, differences in mortality across countries.
assess the size and relative contribution of a range of socio-economic determinants of mortality during the first five years of life and its components is sufficient to warrant a thorough analysis of the unusually rich WFS data. To this end, we begin by examining differences in mortality and each of its components, as affected by each of our five. Modelling Socio-Economic Di erences in the Mortality of Danish Males Using a New A uence Index Andrew J.G. Cairns,a Malene Kallestrup-Lamb, bCarsten P.T. Rosenskjold, David Blake,c and Kevin Dowdd Abstract We investigate and model how the mortality of Danish males aged has changed.
Nov 29, · This study examines the association of socio-economic factors with mortality for the Asian population, and compares with those of the European/Other group. Conversely, it examines differences in mortality rates between the European/Other and Asian groups by levels of these socio-economic ashleyllanes.com: Santosh Jatrana, Saira Dayal, Ken Richardson, Tony Blakely. Dec 08, · Modelling Socio-Economic Differences in the Mortality of Danish Males Using a New We investigate and model how the mortality of Danish males aged has changed over the period We divide the population into ten socio-economic subgroups using a new measure of affluence that combines wealth and income reported on the Statistics.
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Get this from a library. Socio-economic differences in mortality in Europe: newly emerging trends in mortality. [Elsebeth Lynge; Council of Europe.]. Outline Danish data: a uence education cause of death Statistical signi cance US cause of death data by education group Andrew J.G.
Cairns Socio-Economic Di erences in Mortality by Cause of Death 3/ 1. Scand J Soc Med. ;18(1) Socio-economic differences in mortality and morbidity. Fox AJ(1). Author information: Socio-economic differences in mortality in Europe book of Population Censuses and Surveys, Medial Statistics Division, London.
In England and Wales interest in differences in health between different sectors of the community can be traced back to analyses of vital registration records in the ashleyllanes.com by: Socio-Economic Differences in Mortality; OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers This series is designed to make available to a wider readership selected labour market, social policy and migration studies prepared for use within the OECD.
Authorship Cited by: Socio-economic differences in life expectancy among persons with diabetes mellitus or myocardial infarction: Results from the German MONICA/KORA study.
Sep 24, · Both income equality and social mobility were found to be associated with larger socio-economic differences in mortality, particularly in women.
These findings suggest that social mobility and income equality, beside their shiny side of improving population health, might have a shady side of increasing socio-economic health ashleyllanes.com by: 4. The analyses included in the report show that there are big socio-economic differences in mortality, especially for men, and they appear to have become bigger over time.
Jul 28, · Several studies have even suggested that socio-economic differences in mortality have increased over the last decades. 1,2 There is also recent evidence that socio-economic differences in mortality, as well as morbidity, are more pronounced in the Nordic countries than in many other European countries.
3,4 Such findings are puzzling, since the Cited by: MORTALITY DIFFERENTIALS, SOCIOECONOMICResearch on differential mortality generates answers to questions such as the following: To what extent are there within-country differences in mortality between subpopulations defined by area of residence, socioeconomic status, marital status, and other variables.
What are the causes of such differences. ECONOMETRIC MODELLING OF MORTALITY AND ITS SOCIO-ECONOMIC DIFFERENCES By Carsten P. Rosenskjold A PhD thesis submitted to School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, in partial fulﬁlment of the requirements of.
socioeconomic differentials helps to identify high-risk groups to which health programs can be most efficiently directed. This chapter reviews recent evidence about the extent and sources of socioeconomic differences in mortality and health among older persons in the United States, with some reference to.
The number of such deaths was among men and among women. The distribution of deaths by class and broad age groups and the corresponding person years at risk distribution can be seen in Table 1. Mortality differences in adulthood Mortality differences in adulthood Socio-economic differences in mortality among children Table ashleyllanes.com by: respect to the magnitude of socio-economic differences in mortality among men about years at death.
The principal research question is whether socio-economic differences in mortality are about equally large in all coun tries, or whether these differences are substantially larger in Cited by: Socioeconomic status has long been related to health, those higher in the social hierarchy typically enjoy better health than do those below.
Socioeconomic status is an important source of health inequity, as there is a very robust positive correlation between socioeconomic status and. However, socio-economic differences in LE of persons with a specific disease have not been explored in any detail. Research has mostly focused on the socio-economic differences in mortality in patients with diseases, such as diabetes [7,8], rather than on the socio-economic differences in life expectancy in these ashleyllanes.com by: Forecasting Socio-Economic Di erences in the Mortality of Danish Males Andrew J.G.
Cairns Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh Director, Actuarial Research Centre, IFoA Joint work with D. Blake, K. Dowd, M. Kallestrup-Lamb, C.
Rosenskjold International Mortality and Longevity Symposium Key words-socio-economic differences, mortality, causes of death, trends INTRODUCTION In the s and s, studies that demonstrated the persistence of socio-economic mortality differences in highly developed countries [1, 2] hardly affected the widely held illusion that such differences were disappearing under the welfare state [3, 4].Cited by: Sep 30, · Socio-economic inequalities in overall and cause-specific mortality have been previously reported for several populations [1–11].Low socio-economic status has been generally associated with a higher mortality due to cardiovascular and respiratory disease, diabetes and several types of cancer, independently of the socio-economic indicator used (for example, occupation, educational level Cited by: Jan 02, · Socio-economic inequalities in suicide are a generalised phenomenon in western Europe, but the pattern and magnitude of these inequalities vary between countries.
These inequalities call for improved access to psychiatric care for lower socio-economic ashleyllanes.com by: European Countries Socio-Economic Development in the Context of Europe Strategy Maria Klonowska-Matynia Koszalin University of Technology, Koszalin, Poland This article discusses important and current issues of EU countries socio-economic development in the context ofAuthor: Maria Klonowska-Matynia.
socio-economic mortality differences in England and Wales and the Netherlands have probably developed similarly in various respects. Ker words-socio-economic differences, mortality, causes of death, trends INTRODUCTION In the s and s, studies that demonstrated the persistence of socio-economic mortality differencesCited by: It is clear that mortality experienced by different socio-economic and demographic groups is often distinguished by substantial differences in the major causes of death for the groups, and it is not possible to “untangle” all the impacts.
Indeed, a key feature of the social gradient in health is the greater degree of co-morbidity among those.Modelling Socio-Economic Di erences in the Mortality of Danish Males Using a New A uence Index Andrew J.G.
Cairns Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh Director, Actuarial Research Centre, IFoA Joint work with D. Blake, K. Dowd, M. Kallestrup-Lamb, C. Rosenskjold AFIR-ERM Colloquium Andrew J.G.
Cairns Danish Males Mortality 1/