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Construction of an adaptable European transnational ecological deprivation index: the French version
- C. Pornet, C. Delpierre, +5 authors G. Launoy
- Sociology, MedicineJournal of Epidemiology & Community Health
- 27 April 2012
A method for constructing a French European deprivation index, which will be replicable in several European countries and is related to an individual deprivation indicator constructed from a European survey specifically designed to study deprivation, which could be replicated in 25 other European countries, thereby allowing European comparisons.
Can we disentangle life course processes of accumulation, critical period and social mobility? An analysis of disadvantaged socio-economic positions and myocardial infarction in the Stockholm Heart…
- J. Hallqvist, J. Lynch, M. Bartley, T. Lang, D. Blane
- Psychology, MedicineSocial science & medicine
- 1 April 2004
A population based case-control study of all incident first events of myocardial infarction among men and women, living in the Stockholm region 1992-94 found a graded response to the accumulation of disadvantaged socio-economic positions over the life course and found evidence for effects of critical periods and of social mobility.
Socioeconomic status and the 25 × 25 risk factors as determinants of premature mortality: a multicohort study and meta-analysis of 1·7 million men and women
Socioeconomic circumstances, in addition to the 25 × 25 factors, should be targeted by local and global health strategies and health risk surveillance to reduce mortality.
Adverse childhood experiences and premature all-cause mortality
- M. Kelly-Irving, B. Lepage, +5 authors C. Delpierre
- MedicineEuropean Journal of Epidemiology
- 26 July 2013
Given the small impact of adult life style factors on the association between ACE and premature mortality, biological embedding during sensitive periods in early development is a plausible explanatory mechanism.
A systematic review of computer-based patient record systems and quality of care: more randomized clinical trials or a broader approach?
- C. Delpierre, L. Cuzin, J. Fillaux, M. Alvarez, P. Massip, T. Lang
- MedicineInternational journal for quality in health care…
- 1 October 2004
CBPRS increased user and patient satisfaction, which might lead to significant improvements in medical care practices, but the studies on the impact of CBPRS on patient outcomes and quality of care were not conclusive and alternative approaches considering social, cultural, and organizational factors may be needed.
High-Risk groups for late diagnosis of HIV infection: a need for rethinking testing policy in the general population.
- C. Delpierre, L. Cuzin, V. Lauwers-Cances, B. Marchou, T. Lang
- MedicineAIDS patient care and STDs
- 27 December 2006
Groups classically identified as low risk for HIV infection, particularly heterosexual men in a couple with children, were found to be at high risk for late testing, and it seems necessary to improve HIV testing policy in the heterosexual population.
Using self-rated health for analysing social inequalities in health: a risk for underestimating the gap between socioeconomic groups?
- C. Delpierre, V. Lauwers-Cances, G. Datta, T. Lang, L. Berkman
- MedicineJournal of Epidemiology & Community Health
- 12 February 2009
The impact of health problems on SRH is stronger among better educated individuals, which could lead to an underestimate of the health inequalities across socioeconomic groups.
Adverse childhood experiences and physiological wear-and-tear in midlife: Findings from the 1958 British birth cohort
- Cristina Barboza Solís, M. Kelly-Irving, +4 authors C. Delpierre
- MedicineProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 2 February 2015
The results indicate that early psychosocial stress has an indirect lasting impact on physiological wear-and-tear via health behaviors, BMI, and socioeconomic factors in adulthood.
Correlates of late HIV diagnosis: implications for testing policy
- C. Delpierre, R. Dray-Spira, +4 authors F. Lert
- MedicineInternational journal of STD & AIDS
- 1 May 2007
Low risk factors of infection and lack of recent steady partnership was associated with an increased risk, as being diagnosed during the first year of stay in France, as well as being on welfare benefit before diagnosis, among migrants.
Social Determinants of Cardiovascular Diseases
Reflecting on health determinants in this way suggests that perhaps the population strategy proposed by Geoffrey Rose may lead to an increase in social inequalities if the modest decrease in risk factors involves the population categories initially most privileged.