Gender differences in health and health care utilisation in various ethnic groups in the Netherlands: a cross-sectional study
- Gender gap in medical care. // Consumer Reports on Health;Jun2000, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p2
Informs on the Commonwealth Fund 1998 survey of men's and women's health and its findings about gender gap in medical care.
- Gender differences in adult health: An international comparison. Rahman, Omar; Strauss, John // Gerontologist;Aug94, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p463
Explores gender differences in adult health services. Analysis of data from the United States, Jamaica, Bangladesh and Malaysia; Assertion that women's health fare worse than men.
- Sex, access, and excess. Franks, Peter; Clancy, Carolyn M. // Annals of Internal Medicine;10/1/95, Vol. 123 Issue 7, p548
Editorial. Argues that the debate on sex bias in medical care has obscured the importance of differences between men and women regarding their decisions to seek health care, their involvement in and subsequent use of that care, and health outcomes. Underuse by men of primary care; Greater...
- OCCIPITO FRONTAL CIRCUMFERENCE IN THREE WEST AFRICAN POPULATIONS. Odokuma, E. I // Continental Journal of Medical Research;2012, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p3
The usefulness of Occipito frontal circumference in facilitating proper identification of skeletal remains and in emphasizing a common origin of studied populations is far reaching. This study involved 699 (male 361; female 338) volunteers whose age ranged 18 years and over. Respondents were...
- Comparative Analysis of Dermatoglyphic Traits in Albanian and Turkish Population Living in Kosovo. Temaj, Gazmend; Miličić, Jasna; Jurić, Tatjana Škarić; Behluli, Ibrahim; Narančić, Nina Smolej; Hadžiselimoviž, Rifat; Nefić, Hilada // Collegium Antropologicum;Dec2009, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p1001
The aim of the study was to compare quantitative dermatoglyphic traits of two ethnic groups with different origin and customs, living on the same territory. The dermatoglyphic prints were collected from 800 inhabitants of the Dukagjin valley in southwest Kosovo, of Albanian (400) and Turkish...
- Gendered health resources and coping â€“ A study from general practice. Malterud, Kirsti; Hollnagel, Hanne; Witt, Klaus // Scandinavian Journal of Public Health;Sep2001, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p183
Aim: The aim of this study was to explore gender and coping in primary health care patients, by comparing self-assessed health resources in men and women. Methods: Female and male patients' self-assessed health resources were identified by mean of key questions, developed separately for men and...
- Do women with acute myocardial infarction receive the same treatment as men? Clarke, Karen W.; Gray, David; Keating, Nicola A.; Hampton, John R. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/3/94, Vol. 309 Issue 6954, p563
Presents a study to determine whether women with acute myocardial infarction in the Nottingham, England, health district receive the same therapeutic interventions as their male counterparts. INSET: Clinical implications.
- Agism as explanation for sexism in provision of thrombolysis. Hannaford, Philip C.; Kay, Clifford R.; Ferry, Susan // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/3/94, Vol. 309 Issue 6954, p573
Presents a study that assesses whether thrombolysis is provided on a different basis in men and women. Methods; Results; Conclusions.
- Men, heal thyselves. Dolliver, Mark // Adweek Western Edition;10/05/98, Vol. 48 Issue 40, p32
Details findings of a Hearst Magazines' survey on men and healthcare. Percentage of men who scheduled their own doctor appointments; Survey results' debunked of the perception that men are passive when it comes to their own healthcare; Percentage of respondents who prefer to research ailments...