Integrating Ethnicity and Migration As Determinants of Canadian Women's Health

@article{Vissandje2004IntegratingEA,
  title={Integrating Ethnicity and Migration As Determinants of Canadian Women's Health},
  author={Bilkis Vissandj{\'e}e and Marie Desmeules and Zheynuan Cao and S Yasseen Abdool and Armin{\'e}e Kazanjian},
  journal={BMC Women's Health},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={S32 - S32}
}
HEALTH ISSUE: This chapter investigates (1) the association between ethnicity and migration, as measured by length of residence in Canada, and two specific self-reported outcomes: (a) self-perceived health and (b) self-reports of chronic conditions; and (2) the extent to which these selected determinants provide an adequate portrait of the differential outcomes on Canadian women's self-perceived health and self-reports of chronic conditions. The 2000 Canadian Community Health Survey was used to… CONTINUE READING
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