We estimated racial/ethnic differences in rates of major depression and investigated possible mediators between the demographic, in prevalence rates of major . Community income among all groups of the family income the prevalence of depression is getting more important for set- demographic and socioeconomic factors have. Among them, 401% of participants had a score between 5 and 13 (ie, borderline clinical depression) 84%, a score between 14 and 20 (ie, moderate depression) and 33%, a score between 21 and 63 (ie, severe depression). The prevalence of depression and associated factors in ethiopia: findings from the national health survey the prevalence and socio-demographic correlates of .
We found no statistically significant differences in depression across any of the demographic variables however, demographic trends are consistent with previous reports 27 for example, african americans (682%) have a lower prevalence of depression than caribbean blacks (832%) and non-hispanic whites (891%) women have a higher prevalence of depression than men (815% vs 689%). 514 annals academy of medicine socio-demographic correlates of positive mental health and differences by depression and anxiety in an asian community sample. Here we report on differences in the prevalence of chronic pain and depression, and in the association between depression and pain across ethnic groups, independently of potential confounding factors, including sociodemographic, lifestyle, and morbidity factors. Descriptive analyses were conducted to examine for differences in pmh scores by socio-demographic groups and between those with and without depression and anxiety.
Depression risk is significantly higher among women than among men in 2008, for example, the prevalence rate among women was about 55 percentage points (pp) higher than among men given this significant difference between men and women, we compared the prevalence of depression by gender. The prevalence and socio-demographic correlations of depression, anxiety and stress among a group of university students differences regarding socio-demographic . Whereas it was observed that the cause of depression could be explained in the parameters of environmental life stressors, cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal conflict factors there was a significant difference between two groups with regard to income ( p in low income category than depression. The point prevalence of affective disorders combining bipolar disorder, depression, and mania was 0018% and 0052% in 1982 and 1993, respectively the lifetime prevalence figures were 0046% and 0083% in 1982 and 1993, respectively.
Proportion or categorical parameters were analyzed with the chi-square test or 2-tailed fisher’s exact test as appropriate multivariate correlation analysis was used to establish measures of association between socio-demographic variables and alcohol use disorders, depression and co-morbidity. Most studies have found clear gender differences in the prevalence of depressive disorders typically, studies report that women have a prevalence rate for depression up to twice that of men (bebbington, 1996 nolen-hoeksema, 1987) for example, kessler et al (1994) reported that women in the . Analysis of the sociodemographic characteristics revealed no significant differences between women with ppd and those without (table 1) table 1 sociodemographic characteristics of women from single‐child families who have postpartum depression a. Regional differences in the prevalence of de- pression among racial/ethnic groups were also examined in this study the comparison between the two assessments of depression, by medical pro-. Objectives to estimate the attributable costs of multimorbidity and assess whether the association between the level of multimorbidity and health system costs varies by socio-demographic factors in young (65 years) and older (≥65 years) adults living in ontario, canada.
Sociological characteristics are more objective traits, such as membership in organizations, household status, interests, values and social groups a group based on both sociological and demographic traits, such as people under 30 years of age who are interested in environmentalism, is an example of a sociodemographic group. Impact of demographic factors on recognition of persons with depression and anxiety in primary care in slovenia differences between the demographic structures of . Typically, studies report that women have a prevalence rate for depression up to twice that of men (bebbington, 1996 nolen-hoeksema, 1987) for example, kessler et al (1994) reported that women in the united states are about two-thirds more likely than men to be depressed, and a national psychiatric morbidity survey in britain showed a similar greater risk of depression for women (meltzer et al, 1995).
In primary care, the prevalence of general anxiety disorder is 8% and the prevalence of panic disorder is between 4–6% [14 – 16] little is known about the influence of demographic factors on recognition of anxiety disorders. For regression analysis, 17 was taken as cut-off bdi score above which study participants were taken as a high depressive symptom group all statistical analysis was performed using statistics package for social sciences v200 differences between groups were considered significant if p values were 005. The associations between social support, health-related behaviors, socioeconomic status and depression in medical students. Socio-demographic and clinical differences (continuous data) between groups of 125 mdd patients without anxious distress and 371 mdd patients with anxious distress csv display table the standard logistic regression analysis was carried out to determine the independent correlates of anxious distress.