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Eddy van Doorslaer

Erasmus University
  • 2016 First Semester
  • 2017 First Semester

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Universal health coverage and the growing burden of chronic illness are both at the top of the global health agenda. More effective coverage of prevention and treatment can lead not only to substantial...
South Africa’s poor health outcomes have traditionally been attributed to poverty, unequal and ineffective spending and the high disease burden, but increasingly it is recognized that the public health...

Related publications

Journal Article

Burger, Cobus, Ronelle Burger and Eddy van Doorslaer. 2022. The health impact of free access to antiretroviral therapy in South Africa. Social Science & Medicine, 299, 114832.

Journal Article

Bredenkamp, Caryn, Ronelle Burger, Alyssa Jourdan and Eddy Van Doorslaer. 2021. Changing Inequalities in Health-Adjusted Life Expectancy by Income and Race in South Africa. Health Systems & Reform, 7(2).

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Burger, Ronelle, Judy Caldwell, Mareli Claassens, Khanya Mama, Pren Naidoo, Matthias Rieger, Laura Rossouw, Eddy van Doorslaer and Adam Wagstaff. 2021. Who is more likely to return for TB test results? A survey at three high-burden primary healthcare facilities in Cape Town, South Africa. International Journal of Infectious Diseases, 113, 259–267.

Journal Article

Burger, Cobus, Ronelle Burger and Eddy van Doorslaer. 2019. The Health Impact of a Decade of Free ART Access in South Africa. The Lancet.

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Rossouw, Laura, Teresa Bago d’Uva and Eddy van Doorslaer. 2018. Poor Health Reporting? Using Anchoring Vignettes to Uncover Health Disparities by Wealth and Race. Demography, 55(5), 1935–1956.

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Haal, Karel, Anja Smith and Eddy van Doorslaer. 2018. The rise and fall of mortality inequality in South Africa in the HIV era. SSM – Population Health, 5, 239–248.

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