Rural-urban differences in depression treatment and suicidality.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES Because there are fewer per capita providers trained to deliver mental health services in rural areas, the authors hypothesized that depressed rural individuals would receive less outpatient treatment and report higher rates of hospital admittance and suicide attempts than their urban counterparts. METHODS The authors recruited 74% of eligible… (More)

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