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Table 3 Main analytical dimensions and topics extracted from the analysis

From: The impact of financial crisis and austerity policies in Andalusia, Spain: disentangling the mechanisms of social inequalities in health through the perceptions and experiences of experts and the general population

   Health service deterioration Increasing unmet needs Poor mental health
Professionals Healthcare professionals - Public health service closure
- Public health service oversaturation
- Poor working conditions in public health
- Diet and healthy habits in low-income groups
- Need for private health insurance
- Mental health issues in young population
- Mental health issues in unemployed
- Sexual dysfunction in men
  Social services professionals - Public health service closure
- Public health service oversaturation
- Diet and healthy habits in low-income groups
- Difficulties accessing specialised treatments and health products
- Mental health issues in low-income groups
- Poor family and social relationships
General population High income - Public health service oversaturation
- Use of private health insurance
- Problem of family member, friends or neighbours - Mental health issues in young population
  Mid income - Public health service closure
- Public health service oversaturation
- Increasing waiting lists in health services
- Difficulties accessing specialised treatments and health products
- Need for private health insurance
- Mental health issues in young population
- Mental health issues in unemployed
- Mental health issues in women
  Low income - Public health service closure
- Public health service oversaturation
- Increasing waiting lists in health services
- Diet and healthy habits in low-income groups
- Diet and healthy habits in vulnerable groups (e.g. children)
- Difficulties accessing specialised treatments and health products
- Mental health issues in young population
- Mental health issues in low-income groups
- Poor family and social relationships