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Sociological perspective on social inequalities in health: an interview with Paul Bernard

An interview with Paul BernardPaul Bernard from the University of Montreal talks with Pauline Boinot, explaining how a sociologist would approach social inequalities in health. He presents social determinants of health and how they can lead to social inequalities in health. He explains how social policies can affect social inequalities in health as well as the effect of community action in reducing inequalities.

 

 

Paul Bernard on social inequalities in health

 

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Audio version on iTunes here: Sociological perspective on social inequalities in health (iTunes-AUDIO)

 

     
 

It is with regret and sorrow that we have learned of the passing away of M. Paul Bernard  on February 5th, 2011. It was an honor for the Hinnovic Team to have him for this interview.

 
     

 

Guest: Paul Bernard, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of sociology
University of Montreal
Journalist: Pauline Boinot, M.Sc.

 

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