Depression and associated factors in internal migrant workers in China.

@article{Qiu2011DepressionAA,
  title={Depression and associated factors in internal migrant workers in China.},
  author={Peiyuan Qiu and Eric D Caine and Yang Yang and Quan Chen and Jin Li and Xiao Ma},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2011},
  volume={134 1-3},
  pages={198-207}
}
BACKGROUND Internal migrant workers are a large population in China. Current health related studies among this population mainly focused on infectious disease, maternal health and occupational diseases and injuries. However, very limited studies were paid attention to mental health of migrant workers though it is an important public health issue. AIMS The current study aims to understand prevalence of depression symptoms and factors associated with depression among Chinese migrant workers… CONTINUE READING
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