Affiliation: University of Turin
- [Inequalities in health in Italy]Antonio Caiazzo
Dipartimento di sanita pubblica e microbiologia, Universita di Torino
Epidemiol Prev 28:i-ix, 1-161. 2004..1, Section I), and to early and appropriate care (chapter 2.2, Section I). They also experience higher rates of hospitalization, particularly in emergencies and with advanced levels of severity...
- Income level and chronic ambulatory care sensitive conditions in adults: a multicity population-based study in ItalyNera Agabiti
Epidemiology Department, Local Health Authority RM E, Rome, Italy
BMC Public Health 9:457. 2009..The aim of this study was to determine whether income level is associated with higher hospitalization rates for ACSC in adults in a country with universal health care coverage...
- [Healthy life expectancy in the occupied segment of the Turin population]Teresa Spadea
Servizio regionale di Epidemiologia, ASL 5, Grugliasco TO
Med Lav 96:s28-38. 2005..The indicators of healthy life expectancy measure differences in health among various population subgroups more sensitively than do indicators of mortality...
- The impact of interventions to improve attendance in female cancer screening among lower socioeconomic groups: a reviewTeresa Spadea
Regional Epidemiology Unit, ASL TO3 Piedmont Region, Grugliasco, Italy
Prev Med 50:159-64. 2010..To review the scientific evidence on the effectiveness of interventions to promote attendance to breast and cervical cancer screening among lower socioeconomic groups...
- Cancer risk in relationship to different indicators of adult socioeconomic position in Turin, ItalyTeresa Spadea
Regional Epidemiology Unit, ASL TO3 Piedmont Region, Grugliasco, Italy
Cancer Causes Control 21:1117-30. 2010..To determine the magnitude of social inequalities in cancer incidence according to different socioeconomic indicators and to assess the independent role of each indicator...
- Educational inequalities in cancer incidence in Turin, ItalyTeresa Spadea
Regional Epidemiology Unit, ASL TO3 Piedmont, ARPA Piedmont Region, Grugliasco, Italy
Eur J Cancer Prev 18:169-78. 2009..A thorough understanding of the relative burden of well-documented causes of social inequalities in cancer risk is essential to address preventive measures and to direct future research on unexplained social differences...
- The impact of migration in all-cause mortality: the Turin Longitudinal Study, 1971-2005Domenica Rasulo
Regional Epidemiology Unit, ASL TO3 Piedmont Region, Via Sabaudia 164, 10095 Grugliasco, Turin, Italy
Soc Sci Med 74:897-906. 2012..The study indicated, through lengthy longitudinal data, that immigrant-native differentials were best explained by the stratified variable 'length of stay by age at arrival' and this should inform future studies...
- Association between social class and food consumption in the Italian EPIC populationFrancesca Vannoni
Social Epidemiology Unit, Department of Epidemiology, Piedmont Region, Grugliasco Turin, Italy
Tumori 89:669-78. 2003....
- Individual and contextual determinants of inequalities in health: the Italian caseGiuseppe Costa
Epidemiology Unit, Piedmont Region, Torino, Italy
Int J Health Serv 33:635-67; discussion 743-9. 2003..However, the contextual predictive value of income inequalities, quality of care, and social cohesion can have a supplementary effect on health outcomes of disadvantaged persons...
- The effects of health care reforms on health inequalities: a review and analysis of the European evidence baseElena Gelormino
Servizio di Epidemiologia Sovrazonale ASL TO3, Turin, Italy
Int J Health Serv 41:209-30. 2011..Nationalized, publicly funded health care systems are most effective at reducing inequalities in access and reducing the effects on health of income distribution...
- Mortality and educational level among diabetic and non-diabetic population in the Turin Longitudinal Study: a 9-year follow-upRoberto Gnavi
Epidemiology Unit, Local Health Authority 5 of Piedmont Region, Via Sabaudia 164, 10095 Grigliasco, Turin, Italy
Int J Epidemiol 33:864-71. 2004..We compared diabetics with non-diabetics in terms of mortality and social differences in mortality...
- Surviving a childhood cancer: impact on education and employmentMilena Maule
aChildhood Cancer Registry of Piedmont, Cancer Epidemiology Unit, Department of Medical Sciences, University of Turin and City of Health and Science University Hospital of Turin bDepartment of Clinical and Biological Sciences, University of Turin, Torino cRegional Epidemiology Unit, ASL TO3 Piedmont Region, Grugliasco, Italy
Eur J Cancer Prev . 2016..Strategies should be put in place to mitigate the risk of adverse psychosocial effects from the beginning of treatment to cure and beyond to offer those suffering a cancer at a young age the possibility of full integration into society...
- The influence of socioeconomic status on utilization and outcomes of elective total hip replacement: a multicity population-based longitudinal studyNera Agabiti
Epidemiology Department, Local Health Authority RM E, via di S Costanza 53, 00198 Rome, Italy
Int J Qual Health Care 19:37-44. 2007..We tested whether socioeconomic status affects the rates of elective total hip replacement and whether it plays a role in early and late outcomes...
- Trends in socioeconomic inequalities in self-assessed health in 10 European countriesAnton E Kunst
Department of Public Health, Erasmus MC, 3000 DR Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Int J Epidemiol 34:295-305. 2005....
- Educational level and stroke mortality: a comparison of 10 European populations during the 1990sMauricio Avendano
Department of Public Health, Erasmus Medical Center, PO Box 1738, 3000 DR Rotterdam, Netherlands
Stroke 35:432-7. 2004..This study estimates the magnitude of differences in stroke mortality by educational level among men and women aged >or=30 years in 10 European populations during the 1990s...
- Choosing immunisation coverage indicators at the local levelPaolo Giorgi Rossi
Department of Epidemiology, ASL Roma E, Rome, Italy
Eur J Epidemiol 19:979-85. 2004..The reliability of information sources, as well as the precision of coverage indicators are open questions for immunisation coverage surveys...
- Inequalities in lung cancer mortality by the educational level in 10 European populationsJohan P Mackenbach
Department of Public Health, Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam, PO Box 1738, 3000 DR Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Eur J Cancer 40:126-35. 2004..In some countries, particularly in Southern Europe, it may not be too late to prevent women in less educated groups from taking up the smoking habit, thereby avoiding large inequalities in mortality in the future in these countries...
- Validity and reliability of the Italian translation of the MOS-HIV health survey in persons with AIDSPatrizia Schifano
Department of Epidemiology ASL RME, Rome, Italy
Qual Life Res 12:1137-46. 2003..To evaluate the validity and reliability of the Italian version of the 35-item Medical Outcome Study HIV Health Survey (MOS-HIV) when applied to persons with AIDS...