Decomposition of sources of income-related health inequality applied on SF-36 summary scores: a Danish health survey

@article{Gundgaard2006DecompositionOS,
  title={Decomposition of sources of income-related health inequality applied on SF-36 summary scores: a Danish health survey},
  author={Jens Gundgaard and J{\o}rgen Lauridsen},
  journal={Health and Quality of Life Outcomes},
  year={2006},
  volume={4},
  pages={53 - 53}
}
BackgroundIf the SF-36 summary scores are used as health status measures for the purpose of measuring health inequality it is relevant to be informed about the sources of the inequality in order to be able to target the specific aspects of health with the largest impact.MethodsData were from a Danish health survey on health status, health behaviour and socio-economic background. Decompositions of concentration indices were carried out to examine the sources of income-related inequality in… CONTINUE READING

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