Social Determinants Of Diabetes In Aboriginal Australia

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Inequalities In The Social Determinants Of Health Of Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander People: A Cross-sectional Population-based Study In The Australian State Of Victoria

International Journal for Equity in Health Inequalities in the social determinants of health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People: a cross-sectional population-based study in the Australian state of Victoria Markwick et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.2014 Aboriginal Australians are a culturally, linguistically and experientially diverse population, for whom national statistics may mask important geographic differences in their health and the determinants of their health. We sought to identify the determinants of health of Aboriginal adults who lived in the state of Victoria, compared with their non-Aboriginal counterparts. We obtained data from the 2008 Victorian Population Health Survey: a cross-sectional computer-assisted telephone interview survey of 34,168 randomly selected adults. The data included measures of the social determinants of health (socioeconomic status (SES), psychosocial risk factors, and social capital), lifestyle risk factors, health care service use, and health outcomes. We calculated prevalence ratios (PR) using a generalised linear model with a log link function and binomial distribution; adjusted for age and sex. Aboriginal Victorians had a hi Continue reading >>

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    So, maybe I misunderstood what the nurses told me when I was diagnosed in October, but do you have to prime the pen before every shot?
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