Age: represents the individual characteristic, as well as composes the set of elements of the intermediate determinants of health. Relative to the stage of life cycle, a means of understanding social phenomena related to age groups, as well as the set of laws that encompass each age group, ensuring their corresponding rights. (Garbois et al., 2017)

Gender: it represents the individual characteristic, as well as composes the set of structural determinants of health inequalities. Gender is related to identity, social roles and image of social construction of feminine and masculine identities produced in historical and social context, guided by cultural particularities and not by biological and physical aspects only. (Garbois et al., 2017; Souza, 2014)

Ethnicity: presents the ethnic, racial and cultural diversity of social groups that constitute society in recognition and respect for differences. (Garnelo & Pontes, 2012)

Religion: concerning to religious practices, beliefs, values, faith, spirituality, religious feeling. A major, transcendental force that embraces sociocultural diversity that permeates humanity. Something that characterizes the human being in social life and in various issues and actions, including the denial of spirituality, religiosity and/or religion. (Toniol, 2017)

Marital status: characterizes the situation of personal and affective bonding among individuals, designates the individualization of social insertion and the individual role in the family and in the State that affect lifestyle and social conditions. (Garbois et al., 2017; Segheto et al., 2018; Fontes et al., 2017; Minayo, Figueiredo, & Mangas, 2017)

Schooling: regarding access to education, level of schooling, processes of learning, teaching, values, literacy, socialization in school. It corresponds to the legitimation of social laws in teaching learning process that, through education, transmits knowledge, culture and can promote emancipation, resulting social changes. It represents one of the factors related to living and working conditions, as well as composing the set of structural determinants of health inequalities. (Garbois et al., 2017; Freire, 2015)

Profession: comprise the set of structural determinants of health inequalities in which populations are stratified according to their occupation and income. It is related to the technical capacity, vocational choice, source of income, performance of functions, daily routine, career and professional identity, labor force, overload, stress and interpersonal relationships at work, work activity and/or inactivity, psychosocial development that reflects the individual’s condition in social context. (Garbois et al., 2017; Rabelo, Silva e Lima, 2018; Torres, Camargo, Boulsfield, & Silva, 2015)

Naturalness and Provenance: characterizes the person’s place of birth. (Garbois et al., 2017; Barros & Lourenço, 2006)