Discrimination in Medical Settings and Attitudes toward Complementary and Alternative Medicine: The Role of Distrust in Conventional Providers

@inproceedings{Shippee2013DiscriminationIM,
  title={Discrimination in Medical Settings and Attitudes toward Complementary and Alternative Medicine: The Role of Distrust in Conventional Providers},
  author={Tetyana Pylypiv Shippee and Carrie Henning-Smith and Nathan D. Shippee and Jessie Kemmick Pintor and Kathleen Thiede Call and D D Mcalpine and Pamela Jo Johnson},
  year={2013}
}
This study examines the relationship between racial/ethnic discrimination in medical settings, distrust in conventional medicine, and attitudes toward complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among a racially/ethnically diverse sample. We also investigate how this relationship differs by nativity. Data are from a 2008 statewide stratified sample of publicly insured adults in Minnesota (N=2,194). Discrimination was measured as self-reported unfair treatment in medical settings due to race… CONTINUE READING

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