In this week’s podcast, Sigrun sat down with Terje Eikemo, Professor of Sociology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway. Terje is a leading scholar of public health in Europe and has focused on the factors that lead to health inequalities. He is the editor of Scandinavian Journal of Public Health and led a team that conducted a survey of European health inequalities which was a part of the European Social Survey. During their discussion, Sigrun and Terje talk about health inequalities, and the individual and societal factors that are likely to increase such inequalities. They also wonder what the possibilities are, if the government and policymakers are serious about decreasing health inequalities.
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