Table of contents for Reducing inequalities in health : a European perspective / edited by Johan Mackenbach and Martijntje Bakker ; editorial board Joan Benach ... [et al.].


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PART I
Introduction                                                  1
1  Socioeconomic inequalities in health in Europe: An overview  3
J.P. MACKENBACH, M.J. BAKKER, A.E. KUNST AND
F. DIDERICHSEN
2   Strategies to reduce socioeconomic inequalities in health  25
J.P. MACKENBACH, M.J. BAKKER, M. SIHTO AND
F. DIDERICHSEN
PART II
Interventions and policies to reduce socioeconomic inequalities in health                                       51
3  Income maintenance policies: Determining their potential
impact on socioeconomic inequalities in health            53
F. DIDERICHSEN
4  Income maintenance policies: The example of Finland       67
E. LAHELMA, I. KESKIMAKI AND O. RAHKONEN
5   Municipal policies: The example of Barcelona             77
C. BORRELL, J. VILLALBI, E. DiEZ, T. BRUGAL AND J. BENACH



6   Work-related policies and interventions                  85
C. HOGSTEDT AND I. LUNDBERG
7   Food and nutrition policies and interventions           104
R. PRATTALA, G. ROOS, K. HULSHOF AND M. SIHTO
8   Smoking policies                                        125
S. PLATT, A. AMOS, W. GNICH AND O. PARRY
9   Children, an important target group for the reduction of
socioeconomic inequalities in health                     144
A. MIELCK, H. GRAHAM AND S. BREMBERG
10 Equality of access to healthcare                         169
I. PATERSON AND K. JUDGE
11 Patient cost sharing and access to healthcare            188
F. LOUCKX
PART III
National experiences                                        199
12 England                                                  201
M. BENZEVAL
13 France                                                   214
T. LANG, D. FASSIN, H. GRANDJEAN, M. KAMINSKI AND
A. LECLERC
14 Greece                                                   223
Y. TOUNTAS, P. KARNAKI AND D. TRIANTAFYLLOU
15 Italy                                                    229
G. COSTA, T. SPADEA AND N. DIRINDIN
16 Lithuania                                                240
V. GRABAUSKAS AND Z. PADAIGA
17 The Netherlands                                          249
K. STRONKS
18 Spain                                                    262
J. BENACH, C. BORRELL AND A. DAPONTE
19 Sweden                                                   274
B. BURSTROM, F. DIDERICHSEN, P. OSTLIN AND P.-O. OSTERGREN



PART IV
Evaluation issues                                              285
20 Health impact assessment: An approach to promote intersectoral
policies to reduce socioeconomic inequalities in health     287
A. RITSATAKIS, R. BARNES, M. DOUGLAS AND A. SCOTT-SAMUEL 21 
Theory-based evaluation: New approaches to evaluating complex
community-based initiatives                                 300
K. JUDGE AND M. MACKENZIE
PART V
Reflections                                                    313
22 Gender perspective on socioeconomic inequalities in health   315
P. OSTLIN
23 Room for a view: A non-European perspective on European
policies to minimize socioeconomic inequalities in health   325
P. HOWDEN-CHAPMAN AND I. KAWACHI
PART VI
Key messages                                                   335
24 By way of conclusion: Key messages for policy-makers         337
Appendix: Review search strategy                                343
Glossary                                                        345
Index                                                           348





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Medical care Europe, Health services accessibility Europe, Social classes Health aspects Europe, Discrimination in medical care Europe, Medical policy Social aspects Europe