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Beliefs and Attitudes of African Americans With Type 2 Diabetes Toward Depression

Beliefs and Attitudes of African Americans With Type 2 Diabetes Toward Depression,10.1177/014572170202800211,Diabetes Educator,L. E. Egede

Beliefs and Attitudes of African Americans With Type 2 Diabetes Toward Depression   (Citations: 7)
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Journal: Diabetes Educator , vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 258-268, 2002
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    • ...Studies with a more explicit focus on depression beliefs in patients with diabetes have highlighted the stigma associated with depression treatment and the bi-directional nature of the diabetes-depression relationship (Cabassa, Hansen, Palinkas, & Ell, 2008; Cherrington, Ayala, Sleath, & Corbie-Smith, 2006; Egede, 2002)...

    Jennifer Mc Sharryet al. ‘The chicken and egg thing’: Cognitive representations and self-manage...

    • ...Participants agreed that there were benefits to treating depression both with behavioral and pharmacological treatments, but stated that lack of knowledge, shame, stigma, and mistrust of healthcare providers were significant barriers to treatment [19]...

    Julie A. Wagneret al. Depressive Symptoms and Diabetes Control in African Americans

    • ...Depression, the leading cause of disability in the world, and the third most common reason for seeing a primary care physician, is more common among people with diabetes than in the general population [1,2]...
    • ...Recent national sample surveys suggest that about 6% of the US adult population has an episode of major depressive disorder (MDD) during a 12-month period [1,5]...
    • ...In a nationally representative sample of adults with diabetes, the prevalence of MDD (based on a diagnostic interview) was 9.3% [1]...

    Richard R. Rubinet al. Recognizing and treating depression in patients with diabetes

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