Revista: International Journal for Equity in Health
Resumen: cervical cancer is one of the most prevalent cancers, but it may be prevented by early detection.
Social inequalities in the use of cytology testing have been identified in the literature. However, the degree of
income-related inequality has not been quantified and determinants of inequality changes during the economic
crisis remain unknown.
Cómo citar: Merino-Ventosa, M., & Urbanos-Garrido, R. M. (2018). Changes in income-related inequalities in cervical cancer screening during the Spanish economic crisis: a decomposition analysis. International journal for equity in health, 17(1), 184.