While studies of medical care use often treat Asians and Latinos as homogeneous groups, our findings illustrate the need for a more detailed view of the foreign-born population. Findings also highlight the role of acculturation status in shaping group differences in preventive medical care use – and as such, the importance of considering these differences when promoting the use of timely preventive care services among immigrant populations.
Gorman, B.K. and Dinh, C. (2013), "Ethnic Group Differences in the Utilization of Preventive Medical Care Services Among Foreign-Born Asian and Latino Adults in the United States", Social Determinants, Health Disparities and Linkages to Health and Health Care (Research in the Sociology of Health Care, Vol. 31), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 111-141. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0275-4959(2013)0000031008Download as .RIS
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