Identifying inequitable healthcare in older people: systematic review of current research practice

SM Salway, N Payne, M Rimmer, Stefanie Buckner, H Jordan, Jean Adams, K Walters, SL Sowden, L Sharp, M Hidajat & Martin White
$\textbf{Background:}$ There is growing consensus on the importance of identifying age-related inequities in the receipt of public health and healthcare interventions, but concerns regarding conceptual and methodological rigour in this area of research. Establishing age inequity in receipt requires evidence of a difference that is not an artefact of poor measurement of need or receipt; is not warranted on the grounds of patient preference or clinical safety; and is judged to be unfair. $\textbf{Method:}$ A...

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