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  1. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic were more pronounced among migrants than in the majority population and went beyond those directly caused by the virus. Evidence suggests that this overburden is due to com...

    Authors: Pierina Benavente, Elena Ronda and Esperanza Diaz
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:220
  2. The COVID-19 pandemic has had major ramifications for health and the economy at both the individual and collective levels. This study examined exogenous negative changes in household income and their implicati...

    Authors: Sha Lai, Li Lu, Chi Shen, Alice Yan, Yanjun Lei, Zhongliang Zhou and Youfa Wang
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:219
  3. The utilization of hospital delivery and antenatal care (ANC) is essential for improving maternal and newborn outcomes. However, social and cultural barriers in underdeveloped rural areas hindered maternal car...

    Authors: Jiayao Xu, Hailati Akezhuoli, Meng Zhou, Tingting Yao, Jingjing Lu, Xiaomin Wang and Xudong Zhou
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:217
  4. Access to essential medicines is a critical component of universal health coverage. However, the availability of essential medicines in Sudan isn’t well studied. As well, most Sudanese people lack health insur...

    Authors: Lina Hemmeda, Abubaker E. A. Koko, Radia F. Mohamed, Yousra Ibrahim Abdallah Mohammed, Abeer Osman Mukhtar Elabid, Alaa T. Omer, Amna Abdel Rafea Al Hashemi Hamida, Aya M. Haiba, Eithar M. Ali, Istabraq I. Abdelgadir, Reem M. Al Fanob, Saja S. Mohamed Almahadi, Sara Ali and Suzan A. A Mahgoub
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:216
  5. Authors: Unni Marie Heltne, Anna Sarkadi, Lars Lien and Ragnhild Dybdahl
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:215

    The original article was published in International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:187

  6. Physio-psycho-socioeconomical health comprehensively declines during aging, the complexity of which is challenging to measure. Among the complexity, multiple chronic disorders continuously cumulated during agi...

    Authors: Yuhong Wang, Guoying Guan, Ying xue, Jingyu Zhang, Zhe Cui and Hui Han
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:213
  7. We describe awareness about the modified “public charge” rule among Oregon’s Mexican-origin Latino/a population and whether concerns about the rule influenced disenrollment from state-funded programs, which do...

    Authors: Edlyn Wolwowicz-Lopez, Emily Boniface, Sara Díaz-Anaya, Yareli Cornejo-Torres and Blair G. Darney
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:212
  8. Transgender individuals experience limited access to healthcare. This results not least from experiences of discrimination to which they are exposed in the health system. These contribute to transgender indivi...

    Authors: Tobias Skuban-Eiseler, Marcin Orzechowski and Florian Steger
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:211
  9. Migrants is a large population in China. To improve the health and wellbeing of migrants is a critical policy and social issue in China, and to enhance the utilization of primary health care by migrants is one...

    Authors: Xueyao Wang, Jue Liu, Jingmin Zhu, Yang Bai and Jun Wang
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:210
  10. Vaccine hesitancy exists on a continuum ranging between complete adherence and complete refusal due to doubts or concerns within a heterogeneous group of individuals. Despite widespread acknowledgement of the ...

    Authors: Lena G. Nascimento, Ève Dubé, Kathleen E. Burns, Patrick Brown, Michael Calnan, Paul R. Ward, Eric Filice, Hoda Herati, Nnenna A. U. Ike, Bobbi Rotolo and Samantha B. Meyer
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:209
  11. Financial risk protection is a core dimension of universal health coverage. Hardship financing, defined as borrowing and selling land or assets to pay for healthcare, is a measure of last recourse. Increasing ...

    Authors: Robert John Kolesar, Guido Erreygers, Wim Van Damme, Vanara Chea, Theany Choeurng and Soklong Leng
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:208
  12. Women are more likely to develop osteoarthritis (OA), and have greater OA pain and disability compared with men, but are less likely to receive guideline-recommended management, particularly racialized women. ...

    Authors: Anna R. Gagliardi, Angelina Abbaticchio, Madeline Theodorlis, Deborah Marshall, Crystal MacKay, Cornelia M. Borkhoff, Glen Stewart Hazlewood, Marisa Battistella, Aisha Lofters and Vandana Ahluwalia
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:207
  13. People experiencing homelessness (PEH) are known to be at higher risk of adverse health outcomes and premature mortality when compared to the housed population and often face significant barriers when attempti...

    Authors: Christina Carmichael, Tobias Schiffler, Lee Smith, Maria Moudatsou, Ioanna Tabaki, Ascensión Doñate-Martínez, Tamara Alhambra-Borrás, Matina Kouvari, Pania Karnaki, Alejandro Gil-Salmeron and Igor Grabovac
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:206
  14. Sars-CoV-2, the causative agent of COVID-19, has led to more than 226,000 deaths in the UK and multiple risk factors for mortality including age, sex and deprivation have been identified. This study aimed to i...

    Authors: Marcello S. Scopazzini, Roo Nicola Rose Cave, Callum P. Mutch, Daniella A. Ross, Anda Bularga, Margo Chase-Topping, Mark Woolhouse, Oliver Koch, Meghan R. Perry and Claire L. Mackintosh
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:205
  15. Women living in indigenous communities in Peru currently experience extremely high rates of intimate partner violence (IPV). Over the past 10 years, there has been a large multi-sectoral initiative to establis...

    Authors: Maria Calderon, Carla Cortez-Vergara, Laura Brown, Hattie Lowe, Blenda Abarca, Marta Rondon and Jenevieve Mannell
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:204
  16. Persistent inequalities in coverage of maternal health services in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), a region home to two-thirds of global maternal deaths in 2017, poses a challenge for countries to achieve the Sustai...

    Authors: Anteneh Asefa, Samson Gebremedhin, Tiara Marthias, Herfina Nababan, Aliki Christou, Aline Semaan, Aduragbemi Banke-Thomas, Hanani Tabana, Fadhlun M. Alwy Al-beity, Jean-Paul Dossou, Keneni Gutema, Thérèse Delvaux, Catherine Birabwa, Mardieh Dennis, Fassou Mathias Grovogui, Barbara McPake…
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:203
  17. The use of hygienic products, such as sanitary napkins, tampons, and menstrual cups, to absorb menstrual blood is vital for the health and well-being of adolescent girls in India. However, the degree of inequi...

    Authors: Mahashweta Chakrabarty, Aditya Singh, Shivani Singh and Pooja Tripathi
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:202
  18. Racism is frequently mentioned as a social determinant of migrants’ health and a barrier to health services. However, in the European context, racism and its impact on racialized migrants’ access to healthcare...

    Authors: Mia Pattillo, Sigsten Stieglitz, Konstantinos Angoumis and Nora Gottlieb
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:201
  19. In September 2019, the “4 + 7” centralized procurement pilot program was expanded nationwide aiming at reducing drug prices by means of volume-based procurement and using accredited generic drugs for branded d...

    Authors: Xiao Wang, Xuan He, Pei Zhang, Mengdie Zhang, Rui Ma, Rouli Dai and Xin Li
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:200
  20. Over the past decade, the United States (US) has seen a spike in migration across the US-Mexico border with an increase in hospital admissions of migrants and asylum-seekers under the custody of immigration la...

    Authors: Claire Lamneck, Alexander Alvarez, Cazandra Zaragoza, Rombod Rahimian, Mario Jesus Trejo and Patricia Lebensohn
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:199
  21. The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how intraurban inequalities are likely to reinforce health and social inequalities. Studies at small area level help to visualize social inequialities hidden in large areas as c...

    Authors: Mónica Serena Perner, Andrés Trotta, Usama Bilal, Binod Acharya, Harrison Quick, Natalia Pacífico, Romina Berazategui, Marcio Alazraqui and Ana V. Diez Roux
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:198
  22. Increasing financial risk protection is a key feature of Universal Health Coverage and the path towards health for all. Publicly Funded Health Insurance Schemes (PFHIS) have been considered as one of the pathw...

    Authors: Santosh Kumar Sharma, Jaison Joseph, Hari Sankar D and Devaki Nambiar
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:197
  23. Recent years have seen record levels of migration to Europe. Female migrants are at heightened risk of developing mental health disorders, yet they face barriers to accessing mental health services in their ho...

    Authors: Patrick Nyikavaranda, Marija Pantelic, Christina J Jones, Priyamvada Paudyal, Alice Tunks and Carrie D Llewellyn
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:196
  24. Mobile medical clinics have been used for decades to provide primary and preventive care to underserved populations. While several studies have examined their return on investment and impact on chronic disease...

    Authors: Angela Coaston, Soo-Jeong Lee, Julene K. Johnson, Sandra Weiss, Thomas Hoffmann and Caroline Stephens
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:195
  25. An increase in healthcare utilization in response to universal health coverage may leave massive economic burden on individuals and households. Identifying catastrophic health expenditure helps us understand s...

    Authors: Xi Li, Itismita Mohanty, Tiemin Zhai, Peipei Chai and Theo Niyonsenga
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:194
  26. Authors: Isabel Moreira, Montse Ferrer, Gemma Vilagut, Philippe Mortier, Mireia Felez-Nobrega, Joan Domènech-Abella, Josep-Maria Haro and Jordi Alonso
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:192

    The original article was published in International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:136

  27. To alleviate the shortage of caregivers associated with disabled persons, China has implemented a pilot policy for long-term care insurance. This policy has the characteristics of "familialization" and "de-fam...

    Authors: Wenjing Jiang and Hongyan Yang
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:191
  28. Chronic respiratory diseases are common in Cape Town, South Africa. Yet the experiences of how adults with these conditions, such as asthma or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), negotiate the health...

    Authors: Marie Stolbrink, Chantel Streicher, Khanyisa Mcimeli, Brian Allwood, Kevin Mortimer and Martha Chinouya
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:190
  29. Cancer is a significant public health challenge globally, with nearly 2000 lives lost daily in Africa alone. Without adequate measures, mortality rates are likely to increase. The major challenge for cancer ca...

    Authors: Olabode Omotoso, John Oluwafemi Teibo, Festus Adebayo Atiba, Tolulope Oladimeji, Oluwatomiwa Kehinde Paimo, Farid S. Ataya, Gaber El-Saber Batiha and Athanasios Alexiou
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:189
  30. With numerous and continuing attempts at adapting diabetes self-management support programmes to better account for underserved populations, its important that the lessons being learned are understood and shar...

    Authors: Ian Litchfield, Tim Barrett, Julian Hamilton-Shield, Theresa Moore, Parth Narendran, Sabi Redwood, Aidan Searle, Suma Uday, Jess Wheeler and Sheila Greenfield
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:188
  31. Although several manuals and guidelines have been developed to enhance the quality of task-sharing interventions, it remains challenging to train non-professional personnel in mental health and psychosocial su...

    Authors: Unni Marie Heltne, Anna Sarkadi, Lars Lien and Ragnhild Dybdahl
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:187

    The Correction to this article has been published in International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:215

  32. Historical trauma experienced by Indigenous peoples of North America is correlated with health disparities and is hypothesized to be associated with DNA methylation. Massive group traumas such as genocide, los...

    Authors: Mary P. Rogers-LaVanne, Alyssa C. Bader, Alida de Flamingh, Sana Saboowala, Chuck Smythe, Bernadine Atchison, Nathan Moulton, Amelia Wilson, Derek E. Wildman, Alan Boraas, Monica Uddin, Rosita Worl and Ripan S. Malhi
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:182
  33. Women represent the cornerstone of a family’s overall health. Therefore, supporting women’s health, particularly in pregnancy, is important to promote public health. Emerging data highlight the contribution of...

    Authors: Guillermina Girardi, Monica Longo and Andrew A. Bremer
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:186
  34. Indonesia implemented one of the world’s largest single-payer national health insurance schemes (the Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional or JKN) in 2014. This study aims to assess the incidence of catastrophic health s...

    Authors: Rifqi Abdul Fattah, Qinglu Cheng, Hasbullah Thabrany, Dwidjo Susilo, Aryana Satrya, Manon Haemmerli, Soewarta Kosen, Danty Novitasari, Gemala Chairunnisa Puteri, Eviati Adawiyah, Andrew Hayen, Lucy Gilson, Anne Mills, Viroj Tangcharoensathien, Stephen Jan, Augustine Asante…
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:185
  35. Water security is necessary for good health, nutrition, and wellbeing, but experiences with water have not typically been measured. Given that measurement of experiences with food access, use, acceptability, a...

    Authors: Hugo Melgar-Quiñonez, Pablo Gaitán-Rossi, Rafael Pérez-Escamilla, Teresa Shamah-Levy, Graciela Teruel-Belismelis and Sera L. Young
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:184
  36. Health inequities exist within and between societies at different hierarchical levels. Despite overall improvements in health status in European Union countries, disparities persist among socially, economicall...

    Authors: Dana Hübelová, Jan Caha, Lenka Janošíková and Alice Kozumplíková
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:183
  37. Socioeconomic status has long been associated with population health and health outcomes. While ameliorating social determinants of health may improve health, identifying and targeting areas where feasible int...

    Authors: William B Weeks, Ji E Chang, José A Pagán, Ann Aerts, James N Weinstein and Juan Lavista Ferres
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:181
  38. Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) refers to a group of parasitic infections caused by the protozoan parasite Leishmania spp. Lack of knowledge and awareness regarding this disease creates a burden for patients with...

    Authors: Binega Hagos and Zenawi Zerihun
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:180
  39. Forced displacement impacts the health, rights and safety of women, which is further compounded by gender inequality. In particular, this has consequences for forcibly displaced women’s reproductive health onc...

    Authors: Arielle Donnelly, Greer Lamaro Haintz, Hayley McKenzie and Melissa Graham
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:179
  40. Food insecurity continues to be a problem throughout the world. When estimating food insecurity, few studies analyze the contexts where the phenomenon takes place. By bearing in mind levels of marginalization ...

    Authors: Oscar A. Martínez-Martínez, Karol Gil-Vasquez and María Beatriz Romero-González
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:178
  41. The study aimed to analyze the efficiency and equity of bed utilization in Please check if the section headings are assigned to appropriate levels.China’s healthcare institutions and to compare and analyze the...

    Authors: Hang Zhang, Leiyu Shi, Junyan Yang and Gang Sun
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:177
  42. Negotiating anti-Tuberculosis treatment is a complicated process comprising daily consumption of multiple medications at stipulated times and dosages, as well as periodic follow-ups and investigations, may not...

    Authors: B Aravind Chandru and Ravi Prasad Varma
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:176
  43. There is strong international evidence documenting inequities in cancer care for migrant populations. In Australia, there is limited information regarding cancer equity for Culturally and Linguistically Divers...

    Authors: Brighid Scanlon, Jo Durham, David Wyld, Natasha Roberts and Ghasem Sam Toloo
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:175
  44. At increased risk for poor health outcomes, physical and/or sexual violence, and onward transmission of HIV, women who use drugs and are living with HIV (WWUDHIV) are vulnerable and in need of services. Unders...

    Authors: Nora S. West, Frank Kussaga, Alex Rittenhouse, Brenice Duroseau, Deja Knight, Jessie Mbwambo, Samuel Likindikoki and Haneefa T. Saleem
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:174
  45. By analyzing how health care leaders in the United States view mobile health programs and their impact on the organization’s bottom line, this study equips those who currently operate or plan to deploy mobile ...

    Authors: Mollie M. Williams, Sarah T. Bui, Josephina S. Lin, Gregory H. Fan and Nancy E. Oriol
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:173
  46. The pandemic has placed considerable strain on health systems, especially in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), leading to reductions in the availability of routine health services. Emerging evidence su...

    Authors: Xanthe Hunt, Shaffa Hameed, Shailaja Tetali, Luong Anh Ngoc, John Ganle, Lopita Huq, Tom Shakespeare, Tracey Smythe, Zeynep Ilkkursun, Hannah Kuper, Ceren Acarturk, Nanda Kishore Kannuri, Vu Quynh Mai, Rifat Shahpar Khan and Lena Morgon Banks
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:172
  47. The COVID-19 pandemic substantially magnified the inequity gaps among vulnerable populations. Both public health (PH) and primary health care (PHC) have been crucial in addressing the challenges posed by the p...

    Authors: Dorien Vanden Bossche, Q. Jane Zhao, Sara Ares-Blanco, Maria Pilar Astier Peña, Peter Decat, Naoki Kondo, Madelon Kroneman, Daisuke Nishioka, Ferdinando Petrazzuoli, Guri Rortveit, Emmily Schaubroeck, Stefanie Stark, Andrew D. Pinto and Sara Willems
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:171
  48. Racial/ethnic inequities along the HIV care continuum persist in the United States despite substantial federal investment. Numerous studies highlight individual and social-level impediments in HIV, but fewer f...

    Authors: Prema Filippone, Samantha Serrano, Stephanie Campos, Robin Freeman, Sabrina R. Cluesman, Khadija Israel, Brianna Amos, Charles M. Cleland and Marya Gwadz
    Citation: International Journal for Equity in Health 2023 22:168

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