Health Inequalities

A central theme of our research, which influences all of our substantive and methodological work, is social and geographical inequalities in health. We focus on both illustrating the extent of health inequalities, and how to reduce them through social, environmental, and health systems intervention.

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Gakidou E, Oza S, Vidal Fuertes C, Li AY, Lee DK, Sousa A, Hogan MC, Vander Hoorn S, Ezzati M.

Improving child survival through environmental and nutritional interventions: the importance of targeting interventions toward the poor.

JAMA, 2007, 298(16): 1876-1887.

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Murray CJL, Kulkarni SC, Michaud C, Tomijima N, Bulzacchelli MT, Iandiorio TJ, Ezzati M.

Eight Americas: investigating mortality disparities across races, counties and race-counties in the United States.

PLoS Medicine, 2006, 3(9): e260.

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Pongou R, Ezzati M, Salomon J.

Household and community socioeconomic and environmental determinants of child nutritional status in Cameroon.

BMC Public Health, 2006, 6(1): 98.

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Pongou R, Salomon J, Ezzati M.

Health impacts of macroeconomic crises and policies: determinants of variation in childhood malnutrition trends in Cameroon.

International Journal of Epidemiology, 2006, 35(3): 648-656.

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Murray CJL, Kulkarni S, Ezzati M.

Eight Americas: new perspectives on U.S. health disparities.

American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2005, 29(5; supplement 1): 4-10.

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Health Inequality