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Evaluating the Impact of Structural Policies on Health Inequalities
Evaluating the Impact of Structural Policies on Health Inequalities
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Recull de piulades generades durant la sessió  "Les desigualtats de gènere en salut: evidència i polítiques a Europa" organitzada per l'Agència de Salut Pública de Barcelona (ASPB), i on hi van participar investigadores #SOPHIE  

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New #SOPHIEarticle  "Social welfare matters: A realist review of when, how, and why unemployment insurance impacts poverty and health" by Patricia O'Campo, Agnes Molnar, Edwin Ng, Emilie Renahy, Christiane Mitchell, Ketan Shankardass, Alexander St. John, Clare Bambra and Carles Muntaner. Published at Social Science & Medicine, 2015 dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2015.03.025 #OpenAccess  

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New #SOPHIEarticle
"How economic crises affect alcohol consumption and alcohol-related health problems: a realist systematic review" by Moniek C.M. de Goeij, Marc Suhrcke, Veronica Toffolutti, Dike van de Mheen, Tim M. Schoenmakers and Anton E. Kunst #OpenAccess

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#UPDATED  post: New  #SOPHIEarticle  in #OpenAccess: "Neo-Marxian social class inequalities in the mental well-being of employed men and women: The role of European welfare regimes" by Deborah De Moortel, Laia Palència, Lucía Artazcoz, Carme Borrell and Christophe Vanroelen. Social Science & Medicine, 2015 doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2015.01.027

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New #SOPHIEarticle  "Gender differences in hazardous drinking among middle-aged in Europe: the role of social context and women's empowerment" by Marina Bosque-Prous, Albert Espelt, Carme Borrell, Montse Bartroli, Anna M. Guitart, Joan R. Villalbí and M. Teresa Brugal. European Journal of Public Health, 2015 dx.doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/cku234

This study shows that countries with the greatest gender differences in hazardous drinking were those with the most restrictions on women's behaviour, and the greatest gender inequalities in daily life. Moreover, lower gender differences in hazardous drinking seem to be related to higher consumption among women.
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