Global Pattern of Experienced and Anticipated Discrimination Reported by People with Major Depressive Disorder: a cross-sectional survey

Discrimination related to depression acts as a barrier to social participation and successful vocational integration. Non-disclosure of depression is itself a further barrier to seeking help and to receiving effective treatment. This finding suggests that new and sustained approaches are needed to prevent stigmatisation of people with depression and reduce the effects of stigma when it is already established. READ THE STUDY THAT CREATED THESE FINDINGS  - FOLLOW THE LINK

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