Health, Well-being, and Health Care Access in Rural Communities: Comparing Latino and Non-Latino White Low-income Families
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Family and Consumer Sciences
This study explores how low-income rural Latino children and their mothers differ from their non-Latino white counterparts in terms of health, well-being, and health care access. A subsample of non-Latino white (n = 201) and Latino (n = 157) children and their mothers was drawn from the Rural Families Speak about Health Project, a multistate, cross-sectional data set developed through mixed purposive sampling methods. Findings suggest that Latino children's families were disadvantaged in terms of child health and access to health care, whereas non-Latino white children's families were disadvantaged in terms of child behavior problems and maternal health and depression.
Cancel-Tirado, D. I., Feeney, S. L., Washburn, I. J., Greder, K. A., & Sano, Y. (2018). Health, Well-being, and Health Care Access in Rural Communities. Family & Community Health, 41(2), 73–82. https://doi.org/10.1097/fch.0000000000000193
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