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Health inequities in India : a synthesis of recent evidence / T.K. Sundari Ravindran, Rakhal Gaitonde, editors ; with forewords by Sharmila Mhatre and Lesley Doyal.
Contributor(s): Ravindran, T. K. Sundari [editor.] | Gaitonde, Rakhal [editor.].Material type: BookPublisher: Singapore : Springer, 2018Description: xxv, 239 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789811050886 (hardback).Other title: Health inequities in India.Subject(s): Medical care -- Utilization -- India -- Regional disparities | Medically underserved areas -- India | Hospital utilization -- India -- Regional disparitiesDDC classification: 362.110954 HEA
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Chapter 1. Structural Drivers of Inequities in Health TK Sundari Ravindran, Rakhal Gaitonde & Prashanth Nuggehalli Srinivas
Chapter 2. Conceptual Approaches to Examining Health Inequities Rakhal Gaitonde
Chapter 3. Research on Inequities and Inequalities in Health in India: A Mapping of the Field Rakhal Gaitonde
Chapter 4. Health inequities in India by Socio-economic Position Prashanth Nuggehalli Srinivas
Chapter 5. Inequities in Health in India and Dalit and Adivasi Populations Sudharshini Subramaniam
Chapter 6. Gender-based Inequities in Health in India Priyadarshini Chidambaram
Chapter 7. Other Socially-Constructed Vulnerabilities: Focus on People Living with HIV/AIDS and Internal Migrants Grace A. Chitra
Chapter 8. The Role of the Health System Rakhal Gaitonde
Chapter 9. Health Equity Research: A Political Project TK Sundari Ravindran, RakhalGaitonde, Pras hanth Nuggehalli Srinivas, Sudharshini Subramaniam, Priyadarshini Chidambaram and Grace A. Chitra.
This timely contribution to the global literature on health inequities approaches the subject through a synthesis and analysis of relevant published literature on India. Amongst the BRICS countries, India ranks the lowest in the gender-gap index and has the highest poverty rate, and there is clear evidence that socio-economic inequalities have increased in India in the twenty-first century. These have direct impact on the health conditions of its people; however, there has been relatively little concerted research attention on health inequities in India. This volume fills the gap by synthesizing research evidence since the year 2000 on the topic. This is perhaps the first volume on this topic of such scope and breadth. Its uniqueness lies in the synthesis of evidence across a range of axes of disadvantages within a single volume: socio-economic position, caste, gender, other socially constructed vulnerabilities such as disability, HIV status, migrant status; and health-system factors contributing to or mitigating inequities in health. Each core chapter not only summarizes research findings but also engages critically with the perspectives reflected in the chapters and proposes a framework for understanding the mechanisms through which health inequities result. This volume highlights and addresses research gaps in both methodology and content, and is valuable to researchers and students of public health and allied health disciplines, including the social sciences, and also to policy makers and donors.