Race and Ethnicity Differences in Reporting of Depressive Symptoms


Our study explored race and ethnicity differences in reporting of symptoms to physicians and other practitioners among respondents to the 1999 National Health Interview Survey who screened positive for depression. Respondents were asked if they had told a doctor or another practitioner (nurse, social worker, psychologist, clergy, other) about their problems… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10488-007-0136-9


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