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Sharing my paper on Gender inequity in universal health coverage

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Dear allHappy to share my paper (co authored Lakshmi Lingam)  published in BMC Public Health on "Why is women's utilization of publicly funded health insurance scheme low? : a qualitative study in…Continue

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Sharing my paper on Gender inequity in universal health coverage

Dear allHappy to share my paper (co authored Lakshmi Lingam)  published in BMC Public Health on "Why is women's utilization of publicly funded health insurance scheme low? : a qualitative study in Tamil Nadu, India" published in BMC Public Health. The paper concludes:Health policies which aim to provide financial protection and improve access to healthcare services need to address gender as a crucial social determinant. A gender-blind health insurance can not only leave many pre-existing gender…See More
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Looking at Universal Health Coverage/Publicly funded health insurance scheme with a gender lens

Posted on October 4, 2018 at 11:28 1 Comment

Hi all

Sharing a recently published paper based on a literature review of studies on Publicly Funded Health Insurance Schemes in India with a gender lens (part of my PhD thesis). 

Would appreciate if anyone can share insights/experiences on how to engender measures such as 'catastrophic health expenditures' and 'impoverishments' widely used by health economists in a gender neutral way.…

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At 10:13 on August 4, 2017, Rituu B Nanda said…

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