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Einflussfaktoren von Gesundheitssystemen auf Gesundheit und gesundheitliche Ungleichheit

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Zusammenfassung

  • Was sind makrostrukturelle Faktoren im Kontext von Krankheit und Gesundheit?

  • Welchen Einfluss haben makrostrukturelle Faktoren auf Gesundheit und gesundheitliche Ungleichheit?

  • Bei welchen Gesundheitssystemstrukturen ist ein Einfluss auf Gesundheit und gesundheitliche Ungleichheit zu erwarten?

  • Inwieweit unterscheiden sich Gesundheitssysteme im internationalen Vergleich?

Forschung zum Gesundheitssystem einerseits und zu Gesundheit und gesundheitlicher Ungleichheit andererseits fand über viele Jahre hinweg in strikt voneinander getrennten Sphären statt.

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  1. 1.SiegenDeutschland

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