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Conventional and Complementary Health Care Use and Out-Of-Pocket Expenses among Australians

Erica McIntyre et al.  | Published on 12/27/2021
Mental health disorders are a global health concern. In Australia, numerous national reports have found that the current mental healthcare system does not adequately meet the needs of Australians with mental illness. Consequently, a greater understanding of how people with a mental health disorder are using the broader healthcare system is needed. The aim of this paper is to explore conventional and complementary health care use and expenditure among Australian adults reporting a mental health disorder diagnosis. Read more here.

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