Time trends in socio-economic inequalities for women and men with disabilities in Australia: evidence of persisting inequalities

@inproceedings{Kavanagh2013TimeTI,
  title={Time trends in socio-economic inequalities for women and men with disabilities in Australia: evidence of persisting inequalities},
  author={Anne Marie Kavanagh and Lauren Krnjacki and Andrew C. Beer and Anthony D LaMontagne and Rebecca J Bentley},
  booktitle={International Journal for Equity in Health},
  year={2013}
}
IntroductionThe socio-economic circumstances and health of people with disabilities has been relatively ignored in public health research, policy and practice in Australia and internationally. This is despite emerging evidence that the socio-economic circumstances that people with disabilities live in contributes to their poorer health. Compared to other developed countries, Australians with disabilities are more likely to live in disadvantaged circumstances, despite being an economically… CONTINUE READING

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