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A Population-Based Cross-Sectional Study of Health Service Deficits among U.S. Adults with Depressive Symptoms

Description
Examines the prevalence of health service deficits in rural versus non-rural adults with depressive symptoms. Looks at factors contributing to health service deficits include: no health insurance, no health provider, deferred medical care due to cost and no routine medical exam in the past year. Table 4 lists demographics of adults with current depressive symptoms by rural versus urban.
Author(s)
Krista L. Huot, May Nawal Lutfiyya, Michael F. Akers, et al.
Citation
BMC Health Services Research, 13, 160
Date
2013
Type
Document
Tagged as
Access · Depression · Mental health · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data