Health Inequality Monitoring

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Health inequities exist in all populations. Where the required data are available, monitoring can be done to measure inequalities, make comparisons between populations, and track changes over time ...

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Not disease specific
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OpenWHO

Health inequality monitoring requires two streams of data: data about health and data about dimensions of inequality (such as socioeconomic, geographic or demographic characteristics). This course ...

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Not disease specific
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OpenWHO

Disaggregated health data show health indicator estimates by population subgroup, describing, for example, health intervention coverage across subgroups with different education levels or economic ...

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Not disease specific
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OpenWHO

Summary measures of health inequality use disaggregated data to concisely synthesize the level of inequality across population subgroups. They are commonly applied as part of health inequality anal...

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Not disease specific
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OpenWHO

The reporting step of health inequality monitoring involves developing and conveying clear, evidence-based messages about the state of inequality, and communicating these messages in ways that alig...

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Not disease specific
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OpenWHO

Existing inequities have been widely acknowledged as barriers to achieving global and national goals and targets in HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria programmes. Monitoring inequalities in these t...

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Inequality monitoring in HIV, TB and malaria
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OpenWHO

Ensuring universal access to immunization promotes better population health and improved outcomes across diverse aspects of development. Unfortunately, however, the benefits of vaccines are spread ...

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Not disease specific
Record of Achievement
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