Social Determinants of Health

The circumstances in which individuals are born and live that have impact on their health are called as social determinants of health. The following are the various factors political, socioeconomic, and cultural constructs, also place conditions like accessible healthcare and education system, clean and safe environmental conditions, good neighbourhood, and availability of nutritious food. The social determinants of health are also the determinants of health. Governmental policies, availability of healthcare, individual behavioural choices, and biological and genetic factors are other notable determinants of health. Data and research indicate that the social determinants of health have a higher impact on population health than healthcare and that a higher ratio of social service spending versus healthcare spending results in improved. Examples of social determinants of health include:


  • Income level
  • Educational opportunities
  • Occupation, employment status, and workplace safety
  • Early childhood experiences and development
  • Social support and community inclusivity

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