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Depression and antidepressant use among people living with HIV in Hawaii: focus on Native Hawaiians.

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Title: Depression and antidepressant use among people living with HIV in Hawaii: focus on Native Hawaiians.
Authors: Juday, Timothy R
Richmond-Crum, Suzanne M.
Issue Date: Apr 2005
Abstract: Depression, including antidepressant use, has not been widely studied in the HIV-positive population or at all in HIV-positive Native Hawaiians. Of 1016 clients in Hawaii's HIV Seropositivity and Medical Management Program in 2001-2002, 300 (30%) reported having depression and half reported taking antidepressants. Native Hawaiians had the lowest depression rates of any group. Antidepressant use did not vary by race/ethnicity.
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/53469
ISSN: 0017-8594
Appears in Collections:Hawaii Medical Journal Articles For 2005



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