Gender Issues and Socially Disadvantaged Women
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Gender differences in overcoming barriers to mental health care for affective disorders have not been studied. Further, the role of mental health care for parents as it affects child outcomes is important but currently not well studied. In particular, care for disadvantaged young women is an area in need of further research.
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