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Seshadri, T., Velho, N., Narasimhamurti, N., & Srinivas, P. (2020). Examining tribal health inequalities around three forested sites in india: Results of a cross-sectional survey. Journal of Family Medicine & Primary Care, 9(9), 4788–4796. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 22494863
BibTeX citation key: Seshadri2020
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Categories: Health
Keywords: ARUNACHAL Pradesh (India), CLUSTER analysis (Statistics), CLUSTER sampling, Forests, HEALTH equity, health inequalities, healthcare access, HOUSEHOLD surveys, HOUSEHOLDS, indigenous health, KARNATAKA (India), MADHYA Pradesh (India), tiger reserves, tribal health
Creators: Narasimhamurti, Seshadri, Srinivas, Velho
Collection: Journal of Family Medicine & Primary Care
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Abstract
Background: The data available for the health of Scheduled Tribes (ST) in India are often coarse-scale snapshots at district and state levels and fine-scale comparison within and across site is often not possible. In this paper, we examine the health inequalities between the ST and non-ST populations in two forested sites and compare the healthcare parameters for ST populations across three forested sites. Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional household survey in three sites in and around three tiger reserves in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh (MP) and Arunachal Pradesh (AP). In each site, multi-stage sampling and cluster analysis provided a representative sample of households across villages of 859 ST and non-ST households. We examined the sociodemographic and health-related information including self-reported illnesses and healthcare utilisation; from these, we explored the within-site health inequality patterns for the two sites and intersite differences among the ST households of the
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