The Association of Social Determinants of Health with COVID‐19 Mortality in Rural and Urban Counties
Explores how social determinants of health (SDOH) affect COVID-19 mortality in rural and urban areas. Compares rural and urban rates of COVID-19 mortality by patient characteristics, such as race, age, and gender; comorbidities, such as smoking, diabetes, and HIV; and economic stability, such as unemployment and income, among other factors.
Rajib Paul, Ahmed Arif, Kamana Pokhrel, Subhanwita Ghosh
Journal of Rural Health, 37(2), 278-286
Health disparities · Infectious diseases · Public health · Rural-urban differences · Social determinants of health · Statistics and data