Mind the Gap: What Factors Determine the Worse Health Status of Indigenous Women Relative to Men Living Off-Reserve in Canada?
Authors: Hu, Min and Hajizadeh, Mohammad
Indigenous populations have the poorest health outcomes in Canada. In addition, some studies report notable gender health gaps among Indigenous populations of Canada, with greater disadvantages for Indigenous women. To date, the driving factors behind the health gaps between Indigenous women and men are poorly understood.
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