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The socio-economic determinants of the health status of Roma in comparison with non-Roma in Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania
Author(s): Cristina Masseria, Philipa Mladovsky, Cristina Hernández-Quevedo
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Roma people from Central and Eastern Europe suffer some of the worst health conditions in the industrialized world. This article aims at identifying the determinants of health status among Roma in comparison with non-Roma in Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary.

Health inequalities of the Roma in Europe: a literature review.
Author(s): Parekh N, Rose T
Abstract:

The Roma are the most populous marginalised community in Europe and have some of the greatest health needs. There is a higher prevalence of communicable and non-communicable diseases within the community and significantly shorter life expectancies than national averages.

Reducing Health Inequalities in Antenatal and Postnatal Care of Romani Women in the Republic of Macedonia Policy Action Brief
Author(s): Katerina Shojikj
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The association National Roma Centrum within the project activities “Health Inequalities regarding Romani Women” in the period between November 2010 and November 2011 intensively worked on a research on the health care in the reproductive period of women in the Roma community. 

Research on Roma health and access to healthcare: state of the art and future challenges
Author(s): Maria Eva Földes, Alina Covaci
Abstract:

Health inequalities experienced by Roma people living in Europe presents a persisting challenge for health research and practice. Available literature on Roma and health agrees that: (1) Roma people suffer from poorer health and unhealthier living conditions compared to majority populations, (2) better data are needed to explain the Roma health gap and design better interventions to reduce this gap and (3) the poor health of Roma is closely linked to the social determinants of health.