Cultural differences in pathways to care service use and outcome

Jim van Os and Kwame McKenzie

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This chapter discusses the influence of culture on the route an individual akes to treatment for psychological distress and the treatment received. Culture is difficult to measure. All categories of cultural variables have different meanings and measure different things. Research into them leads to different hypotheses. Given this reality there is no need to join the cul-de-sac argument of whether one or the other is the most important. In the discussion below, the roles of ethnicity and of socio-economic, political, community, national, and other factors that help to define the culture of an individual or a group are acknowledged. Associations with pathways to care, service use, and outcome will be presented.

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