venerdì 23 Settembre 2022 / ore 10:00 - 11:15
— Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia
Piazza Unità d'Italia, 1, Trieste, Italia
Lingua: english
Panel with
Mauricio Avendano, docente di Epidemiologia sociale Università di Losanna, direttore Health Policy Unit, Centre for Primary Care and Public Health Unisanté / professor of Social Epidemiology University of Lausanne, chair of Health Policy Unit, Centre for Primary Care and Public Health Unisanté
Ludovico Carrino, ricercatore in Economia Università di Trieste, visiting professor King’s College London / researcher in Economics, University of Trieste, Visiting Professor, King’s College London
Elena Meschi, docente di Economia politica Università Milano-Bicocca / professor of Political Economy University of Milano-Bicocca
Chaired by
Donato Ramani, giornalista e comunicatore scientifico / journalist and science communicator
In recent years, attention to social determinants of health has grown. Social determinants of health concern individual characteristics (income, employment, access to services) and contextual factors (for example, public policies) which have a surprisingly large influence on health and can reinforce or mitigate biological and genetic factors. The panel will present the results of recent research in this field, with a specific focus on the link between mental health, job quality, pension reforms, and social assistance. Lastly, we will discuss how research can guide future public policy to improve social well-being.
A panel by University of Trieste
The event will be held in English without translation