The mental health status and associated factors affecting underprivileged Iranian women.

@article{Maharlouei2014TheMH,
  title={The mental health status and associated factors affecting underprivileged Iranian women.},
  author={Najmeh Maharlouei and Amin Hoseinzadeh and Esmaeil Ghaedsharaf and Hosein Zolfi and Parisa Arab and Zahra Farahmand and Mahbanoo Hallaj and Shiva Fazilat and Sayed Taghi Heidari and Hassan Joulaei and Fatemeh Karbalaie and Kamran Bagheri Lankarani},
  journal={Asian journal of psychiatry},
  year={2014},
  volume={12},
  pages={108-12}
}
PURPOSE The prevalence of mental disorders in Iran approximates to that of other countries. This study evaluates mental health status and its related factors among underprivileged women in Shiraz, Iran. METHODS This research was conducted between June, 2010 and November, 2012, and comprised 2108 women who participated in the Shiraz Women's Health Cohort Study. The questionnaire used in the study was completed by trained general practitioner and included demographic information and the 28-item… CONTINUE READING

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