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The health of the Roma people: a review of the published literature
Author(s): S. Hajioff, M. McKee
Abstract:

The Roma people originated in northern India and have been known in Europe for nearly a thousand years. For much of that time they have been the subjects of discrimination and oppression, culminating in the extermination of half a million Roma in the Nazi death camps. While it is widely believed that the health of Roma people is often poorer than the majority population, these inequalities remain largely unresearched.

Socioeconomic position, gender, and inequalities in self-rated health between Roma and non-Roma in Serbia.
Author(s): Janevic T, Jankovic J, Bradley E.
Abstract:

Roma experience high levels of discrimination and social exclusion. Our objective was to examine differences in self-rated health(SRH) between Roma and non-Roma in Serbia.

 
A Comparative Health Survey of the Inhabitants of Roma Settlements in Hungary
Author(s): Zsigmond Kósa, MD, PhD, György Széles, MD, PhD, László Kardos, MD, PhD, Karolina Kósa, MD, PhD, Renáta Németh, MSc, Sándor Országh, MSc, Gabriella Fésüs, MSc, Martin McKee, MD, Róza Ádány, MD, PhD, and Zoltán Vokó, MD, PhD
Abstract:

Objectives. We compared the health of people living in Roma settlements with that of the general population in Hungary.