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Nfhk2011 madsen turku_parallel27
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The state of Men’s Health in the Nordic Countries - Is there a Nordic welfare model for today’s men? Svend Aage Madsen …

The state of Men’s Health in the Nordic Countries - Is there a Nordic welfare model for today’s men? Svend Aage Madsen
Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark
Alan White
Leeds Metropolitan University

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  1. The state of Men’s Health in the Nordic Countries - Is there a Nordic welfare model for today’s men? Svend Aage Madsen Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark Alan White Leeds Metropolitan University Svend Aage Madsen
  2. Svend Aage Madsen
  3. The State of Men’s Health in Europe The report on “The State of Men’s Health in Europe” iscommissioned by The EU Commission, D-G Health & Consumers The writing team• Prof. Alan White Leeds Metropolitan University• Prof. Witold Zatonski Centrum Onkologii-Institut• Prof. Peter Makara University of Debrecen• Dr Bruno de Sousa Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical• Dr Richard de Visser University of Sussex• Dr Svend Aage Madsen Copenhagen University Hospital• Dr Noel Richardson Dept of Health and Children
  4. Where are the Nordic men? Total number of women per 100 men 15-64 years > 106 102 – 106 98 –102 94 – 98 90 – 94 < 90 Svend Aage Madsen
  5. - And the Nordic women? Total number of women per 100 men 15-64 years > 106 102 – 106 98 –102 94 – 98 90 – 94 < 90 Svend Aage Madsen
  6. Life Expectancyin Europe and The Nordic countries 90 85 80 Age 75 Male 70 Female 65 60 IT MT PT BG LT LU HU EU27 IS ES DK MK NO FR HR SK LI NL EL FI SI CZ PL RO LV CH SE CY AT DE IE BE EE UK Country Svend Aage Madsen
  7. Life Expectancy in The North 90 85 80 2008 Men Women EU27 76,1 82,2Age 75 Male Female IS 80,0 83,3 70 SE 79,2 83,3 NO 78,4 83,2 65 FI 76,5 83,3 60 DK 76,5 80,0 EU27 IS SE NO FI DK Country Svend Aage Madsen
  8. Sex differences in life expectancy The Nordic countries 90 Women-Men Difference 85 8 7 80 6Age 75 Male 5 Female 4 Women-Men 70 Difference 3 65 2 1 60 EU27 IS SE NO FI DK 0 Country EU27 IS SE NO FI DK Svend Aage Madsen
  9. Cardio Vascular Disease mortality Age standardised mortality for CVD, by sex and country, all ages Per 100,000900800700600500400 Male300 Female200100 0 AT CY HU LU EU27 MK DK UK LV HR IS ES RO NO PL FI SI EL NL CH EE BE IE BG LT MT DE SE PT IT SK FR CZ Country Svend Aage Madsen
  10. Cardio Vascular Diseases mortality Per 100,000350300 Men Women250 EU27 286,0 188,3200 FI 298,7 164,1150 Male SE 252,2 158,6 Female DK 244,3 154,5100 IS 217,7 135,550 NO 213,8 129,8 0 EU27 FI SE Country DK IS NO Svend Aage Madsen
  11. Cancer mortalityAge standardised death rates for cancer, by sexand country, all ages, latest year Svend Aage Madsen
  12. Cancer mortality in the North300,0250,0 Men Women Difference200,0 EU27 228,7 131,5 96,8150,0 Male DK 245,9 182,2 63,7 Female NO 195,9 137,4 58,8100,0 SE 172,0 134,1 37,9 FI 171,9 113,9 58,0 50,0 IS 170,8 151,8 19,0 0,0 EU27 DK NO SE FI IS Svend Aage Madsen
  13. Overweight and Obesity in Europe and The North 80 70 60 50Percentage 40 30 20 10 0 Country Overweight & obese men (BMI > 25), by country, 2004 Svend Aage Madsen
  14. Overweight and obese men in The North BMI>25706050 EU MEDIAN 55,240 IS 58,4 FI 57,530 Series1 SE 50,820 DK 49,610 NO 37,70 Svend Aage Madsen
  15. Diabetes mortality Age standardised death rate for Diabetes mellitus, by sex and country, all ages, latest year Per 100,000454035302520 Male15 Female1050 Country Svend Aage Madsen
  16. Proportion of male Daily smokers 60Proportion of daily smokers 50 40 30 20 10 0 Country Svend Aage Madsen
  17. Chronic liver diseaseAge standardised death rates for Chronic liver disease, by sex andcountry, all ages Per 100,000807060504030 Male20 Female100 LT PT IT HU SK HR FR ES IS NO SI FI CZ NL EE IE BG AT MT CY SE LU EU27 DK UK MK RO LV PL EL CH DE BE Country Svend Aage Madsen
  18. Death rates for ‘Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of alcohol’ Age standardised death rates for Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of alcohol Per 100,00025201510 Male Female50 HR ES NO NL AT SE LT PT CY BG IT MT HU LU UK EU27 DK MK FR LV IS PL SI FI RO CZ EL CH EE DE BE IE Country Svend Aage Madsen
  19. Self perceived health Self perceived health – good and very good health, ages 55- 64 years, by sex and country, 2008807060 Men Women EU27 52,5 5150 IS 76 7040 Men SE 75 69,5 Women DK 70 6130 NO 70 6020 FI 50 52100 EU27 IS SE DK NO FI Svend Aage Madsen
  20. Life Expectancy in The North 90 85 80 Male Female EU27 76,1 82,2Age 75 Male Female IS 80 83,3 70 SE 79,2 83,3 NO 78,4 83,2 65 FI 76,5 83,3 60 DK 76,5 80 EU27 IS SE NO FI DK Country Svend Aage Madsen
  21. Hospital admission due to Mood affective disorders 20 18 16 14Per 1000 population 12 10 Male 8 Female 6 4 2 0 LT IT PT HU SK LV HR IS FR ES NO FI CZ SI NL PL CH DE AT BE IE CY LU UK DK Country Svend Aage Madsen
  22. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 EU27 LT LV HU SI Per 100,000 EE FI BE HR PL FR CH AT CZ LU SK RO Country IS SE DK BGSvend Aage Madsen DE Suicides IE NO MK MT NL PT ES UK IT CY GR Male Female
  23. How does the Nordic welfare modelcope with today’s men’s challenges?• In all Nordic countries men have markedly higher occurrences and higher mortality rates for nearly all diseases• - and lower life expentacy• There are a lot of similarities• However there are also big differences• In some instances there is no ‘Nordic Welfare Model’
  24. Recommendations for actions 1• Recognition of men’s physical and mental health as an area of public health concern in the Nordic countries• Inclusion of men’s health within decision making• Monitoring of the effects of the post industrial Nordic societies on the health and wellbeing of men and boys Svend Aage Madsen
  25. Svend Aage Madsen
  26. Recommendations for actions 2Each Nordic country should develop a Men’s HealthPolicy - As well as a women’s health policy:a) Action plans to tackle men’s high rates of premature mortalityb) Preventative and health promotion programmes targeting menc) - with a specific focus on vulnerable male subpopulations: young men, lower socio- economic group men, ethnic minority mend) Provide an increased focus on workplace health Svend Aage Madsen
  27. Thank you!Svend Aage Madsen

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