Monday, June 4

Prairie Women's Health on Rural and Remote Women

The mental health of rural Saskatchewan women is threatened not only by gaps in the provision of mental health services, but more importantly by the social and economic conditions of being female in a rural setting. In Saskatchewan, women with mental illness can experience not only the social isolation and stigma of mental illness but practical considerations related to access to fewer services, especially specialists, and particular needs related to geographic distance and transportation.

LINK: Praire Women's Health
LINK: The Full Report - A Preliminary Gender-Place Analysis

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