Depression, anxiety disorders, and related health care utilization in the Manitoba Metis population

Published: June 12, 2013
Category: Bibliography > Reports
Authors: Bartlett J, Bassily M, Carter S, Hoeppner N, Mehta P, Sanguins J
Countries: Canada
Language: null
Types: Population Health
Settings: Government, Hospital

Winnipeg, MB, Canada: Manitoba Metis Federation.

Manitoba Metis Federation, Winnipeg, MB, Canada

This report resulted from the need to understand further the findings in the Metis Health Status & Health Services Utilization Study (also known as the Metis Atlas) (Martens, Bartlett, et al., 2010).  In that study, prevalence of depression in Metis was higher than that of All Other Manitobans in 7 out of the 11 Regional Health Authorities (RHAs), and in 10 out of the 12 Winnipeg Community Areas (CAs). In addition, the prevalence of anxiety disorders in Metis was higher than All Other Manitobans provincially, in 8 out of the 11 RHAs, and in 6 out of the 12 Winnipeg CAs. The purpose of this report is to build on the baseline surveillance information from the Metis Atlas to support the need of Region Knowledge Networks for more detailed information.

Targeted Program,Population Markers,Medical Conditions,Canada,Resource Utilization

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