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The concept of ‘functional dependency’
Luis Salvador-Carulla
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2009,
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Bridging knowledge in long-term care and support. Crossing boundaries between ageing and disability
Luis Salvador-Carulla
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2009,
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Bridging aging and disability networks: Strategies for translating knowledge into practice
Luis Salvador-Carulla
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2012,
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Knowledge-in-practice in the care professions: multidisciplinary perspectives
Luis Salvador-Carulla
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2010,
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Defining disability, functioning, autonomy and dependency in person-centered medicine and integrated care
Luis Salvador-Carulla,Vladimir I Gasca
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2010,
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The Barcelona declaration on bridging knowledge in long-term care and support. Barcelona (Spain), March 7, 2009
Luis Salvador-Carulla,Jordi Balot,Germain Weber,Luk Zelderloo
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2009,
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Advancing a research agenda for bridging ageing and disability
Luis Salvador-Carulla,Michelle Putnam,Tamar Heller
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2012,
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A European classification of services for long-term care—the EU-project eDESDE-LTC
Germain Weber,Barbara Brehmer,Elisabeth Zeilinger,Luis Salvador-Carulla
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2009,
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Coding long-term care services—eDESDE-LTC
Luis Salvador-Carulla,Miriam Poole,Murielle Bendeck,Cristina Romero
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2009,
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Perceived Discrimination and Self-Rated Health in Europe: Evidence from the European Social Survey (2010)
Javier Alvarez-Galvez, Luis Salvador-Carulla
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0074252
Abstract: Introduction Studies have shown that perceived discrimination has an impact on our physical and mental health. A relevant part of literature has highlighted the influence of discrimination based on race or ethnicity on mental and physical health outcomes. However, the influence of other types of discrimination on health has been understudied. This study is aimed to explore how different types of discrimination are related to our subjective state of health, and so to compare the intensity of these relationships in the European context. Methods We have performed a multilevel ordered analysis on the fifth wave of the European Social Survey (ESS 2010). This dataset has 52,458 units at individual level that are grouped in 26 European countries. In this study, the dependent variable is self-rated health (SRH) that is analyzed in relationship to ten explanatory variables of perceived discrimination: color or race, nationality, religion, language, ethnic group, age, gender, sexuality, disability and others. Results The model identifies statistically significant differences in the effect that diverse types of perceived discrimination can generate on the self-rated health of Europeans. Specifically, this study identifies three well-defined types of perceived discrimination that can be related to poor health outcomes: (1) age discrimination; (2) disability discrimination; and (3) sexuality discrimination. In this sense, the effect on self-rated health of perceived discrimination related to aging and disabilities seems to be more relevant than other types of discrimination in the European context with a longer tradition in literature (e.g. ethnic and/or race-based). Conclusion The present study shows that the relationship between perceived discrimination and health inequities in Europe are not random, but systematically distributed depending on factors such as age, sexuality and disabilities. Therefore the future orientation of EU social policies should aim to reduce the impact of these social determinants on health equity.
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