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Women’s health report for Belgium: addressing the information gap

Source: European Journal of Public Health, Volume 33, Issue Supplement_2 (2023) Keywords: inequalities Women's Health Abstract: Issue In the last years, Belgian policy makers have become ...

Sociodemographic and socioeconomic disparities in COVID-19 vaccine uptake in Belgium: a nationwide record linkage study.

Borre; Matthieu Billuart; Niko Speybroeck; Robby De Pauw; Veerle Stouten; Lucy Catteau; Pierre Hubin Source: J Epidemiol Community Health (2023) Abstract: BACKGROUND: Recent studies have identified ...

The overweight epidemic increasingly hits children of lower educated parents in Belgium

children. Health promotion on nutrition and physical activity at school has the potential to reach children from all socioeconomic backgrounds, making it an important means of tackling health inequalities ...

Inequalities in the burden of non-communicable diseases across European countries: a systematic analysis of the Global Burden of Disease 2019 study

A Haagsma; Orsolya Varga Source: Int J Equity Health, Volume 22, Issue 1 (2023) Keywords: DALY rate European Economic Area European Union Global Burden of Disease Health inequality Non-communicable diseases ...

Direct impact of COVID-19 by estimating disability-adjusted life years at national level in France in 2020

impact of health inequalities associated with these estimates. Health Topics:  Burden of disease Fardeau de la maladie Ziektelast COVID-19 Service:  Information sanitaire Gezondheidsinformatie Health ...

RESISTIRE: Agenda for future research. Addressing the impacts of Covid-19 policies on gendered inequalities- cycle 3

Tzanakou Source: (2023) Health Topics:  Health and disease monitoring Surveillance de la santé et des maladies Ziekten en gezondheid in kaart brengen Manuscript versions:  DOI:  ...

Social inequalities and long-term health impact of COVID-19 in Belgium: protocol of the HELICON population data linkage

health inequalities and the long-term health impact of COVID-19 in Belgium. Data at the national institute for public health, Statistics Belgium and InterMutualistic Agency are used to develop ...

Global estimates of incidence and mortality of cervical cancer in 2020: a baseline analysis of the WHO Global Cervical Cancer Elimination Initiative.

a public health problem (ie, to reduce the incidence of the disease below a threshold of 4 cases per 100 000 women-years). We aimed to assess the extent of global inequalities in cervical cancer incidence ...

Mental health among people with a migration background in Belgium over the past 20 years: how has the situation evolved?

country increased the risk of mental illness. Conclusions Mental health inequalities between migrant and ethnic groups are on the rise in Belgium. To address this issue, particular attention should be given ...

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