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Inequalities in Respiratory Health

Inequalities in Respiratory Health

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Edited by Ian P. Sinha, Alice Lee, S. Vittal Katikireddi and Jennifer K. Quint

Health inequalities have long been deeply engrained in society. If we are to address these inequalities, we need to reflect on what has driven them, and critically review the approaches that do and do not work. This Monograph brings together leading experts and up-and-coming researchers, in a collection of state-of-the-art articles, discussing the drivers and consequences of respiratory inequality.

Contents list

Understanding the mechanisms of poverty and respiratory ill health
1. How to read a paper about inequality in respiratory disease: basic epidemiological principles and how inequalities are measured
2. What causes poverty and how does this contribute to respiratory inequality?
3. Ethnic, racial and migrant inequalities in respiratory health
4. Inequalities in respiratory health based on sex and gender
5. Air pollution and respiratory inequality: lessons from high-income countries
6. Food insecurity and respiratory ill health
7. Housing and respiratory health: exposures, health effects and interventions
8. Tobacco, novel tobacco and nicotine products, and respiratory health
9. Work and respiratory health: lessons from occupational lung disease
10. Antenatal determinants of child lung development

Inequalities in disease and ill health: what are we observing, and what are the mechanisms?
11. Inequalities in cystic fibrosis
12. Health inequality and COPD
13. Inequalities in asthma
14. Lung cancer and inequalities in access to multidisciplinary lung cancer services
15. Societal drivers of antimicrobial resistance
16. Inclusion health: respiratory health in people affected by social exclusion

A global view of respiratory inequalities and approaches to solve these
17. Preventable deaths from respiratory disease in children in low- and middle-income countries
18. Air quality in low- and middle-income countries: what is the impact on respiratory morbidity and mortality?
19. Global inequalities in tuberculosis
20. Can a quality improvement approach reduce inequalities in respiratory health?
21. A human rights-based approach to equity in respiratory health
25. Global inequalities in children with asthma

Print ISBN: 978-1-84984-157-3
eISBN: 978-1-84984-158-0
EPUB ISBN: 978-1-84984-159-7

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