A Population-Based Cross-Sectional Study of Health Service Deficits among U.S. Adults with Depressive Symptoms
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.
Krista L. Huot, May Nawal Lutfiyya, Michael F. Akers, et al.
BMC Health Services Research, 13, 160
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