Gender Differences in Self-Reported Health in the Ukrainian Working-age Population: Evidence from the European Social Survey

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Gender Differences in Self-Reported Health in the Ukrainian Working-age Population: Evidence from the European Social Survey. / Mazhak, Iryna.

2016. Abstract from International Health Conference, London, United Kingdom.

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Mazhak, I 2016, 'Gender Differences in Self-Reported Health in the Ukrainian Working-age Population: Evidence from the European Social Survey', International Health Conference, London, United Kingdom, 20/06/2016 - 22/06/2016.

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Mazhak, I. (2016). Gender Differences in Self-Reported Health in the Ukrainian Working-age Population: Evidence from the European Social Survey. Abstract from International Health Conference, London, United Kingdom.

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Mazhak I. 2016. Gender Differences in Self-Reported Health in the Ukrainian Working-age Population: Evidence from the European Social Survey. Abstract from International Health Conference, London, United Kingdom.

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Mazhak, Iryna Gender Differences in Self-Reported Health in the Ukrainian Working-age Population: Evidence from the European Social Survey. International Health Conference, 20 Jun 2016, London, United Kingdom, Conference abstract for conference, 2016. 1 p.

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Mazhak I. Gender Differences in Self-Reported Health in the Ukrainian Working-age Population: Evidence from the European Social Survey. 2016. Abstract from International Health Conference, London, United Kingdom.

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Mazhak, Iryna. / Gender Differences in Self-Reported Health in the Ukrainian Working-age Population: Evidence from the European Social Survey. Abstract from International Health Conference, London, United Kingdom.1 p.

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abstract = "Gender is a one of the most important social determinants of health inequality.Ukrainian life expectancy gender gap is almost ten years in favor of women. Datafrom the 2 - 6 rounds (N=5158) of a European Social Survey are used to showgender differences in self-reported health (IBM SPSS 22). It was assumed thatwomen reported poorer health status compared with men despite of longevity.Women estimate their health significantly lower than men do (OR 1.83; 95% CI 1.65, 2.04). For both genders, age and feeling about household{\textquoteright}s income nowadayswere associated with increased odds for poor self-reported health.",
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