Canadian population health initiative

@article{Phipps2006CanadianPH,
  title={Canadian population health initiative},
  author={S. Phipps and D. Ross},
  journal={Journal of Urban Health},
  year={2006},
  volume={79},
  pages={S60-S62}
}
  • S. Phipps, D. Ross
  • Published 2006
  • Geography
  • Journal of Urban Health
  • Objectives Epidemiologic studies have shown that disadvantaged populations are more vulnerable to mental health problems. Socioeconomic level is considered to be the best predictor of mental health. According to the social vulnerability hypothesis, living conditions among the economically disadvantaged population are potentially more stressful; this in turn may increase susceptibility to psychiatric symptomatology. However, not all disadvantaged individ- 
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