Trends in socioeconomic inequalities in preventable mortality in urban areas of 33 Spanish cities, 1996-2007 (MEDEA project).

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Preventable mortality is a good indicator of possible problems to be investigated in the primary prevention chain, making it also a useful tool with which to evaluate health policies particularly public health policies. This study describes inequalities in preventable avoidable mortality in relation to socioeconomic status in small urban areas of thirty three Spanish cities, and analyses their evolution over the course of the periods 1996-2001 and 2002-2007.

Nolasco A, Moncho J, Quesada JA, Melchor I, Pereyra-Zamora P, Tamayo-Fonseca N, Martínez-Beneito MA, Zurriaga O, Ballesta M, Daponte A, Gandarillas A, Domínguez-Berjón MF, Marí-Dell'Olmo M, Gotsens M, Izco N, Moreno MC, Sáez M, Martos C, Sánchez-Villegas P, Borrell C. Trends in socioeconomic inequalities in preventable mortality in urban areas of 33 Spanish cities, 1996-2007 (MEDEA project). Int J Equity Health. 2015 Apr 1;14(1):33. Available at: http://www.equityhealthj.com/content/14/1/33


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Nolasco A, Moncho J, Quesada JA, Melchor I, Pereyra-Zamora P, Tamayo-Fonseca N, Martínez-Beneito MA, Zurriaga O, Ballesta M, Daponte A, Gandarillas A, Domínguez-Berjón MF, Marí-Dell'Olmo M, Gotsens M, Izco N, Moreno MC, Sáez M, Martos C, Sánchez-Villegas P, Borrell C.

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