This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book concerns when and how health is connected to the way in which people think about and participate in politics. It demonstrates that health matters in terms of political engagement. The book focuses on the health gap in various forms of political participation. It turns to the analysis of political orientations, that is, attitudes towards the political system and towards the role of the self in the system. The book looks at how the social context affects participation differences among people under varying health conditions. It examines the differences, among health groups. The book investigates how social connections, the level of social activity and health-related identity condition the relationship between health and participation.