The objective of this study was to evaluate the extent to which depression and diabetes treatment preferences vary by race and ethnicity and by experiences of prior discrimination in health care.

Project page: Comparing Preferences for Depression and Diabetes Treatment among Adults of Different Racial and Ethnic Groups Who Reported Discrimination in Health Care
Principal Investigator: Benjamin Cook, PhD, MPH
Organization: Cambridge Health Alliance
Original project title: Helping Doctors Understand Racial/Ethnic Minority Patients' Treatment Preferences to Improve Patients' Healthcare Experiences
HSRProj ID: 20163146

To cite this document, please use: Cook BL, Progovac AM, Cortés DE, et al. (2021). Comparing Preferences for Depression and Diabetes Treatment among Adults of Different Racial and Ethnic Groups Who Reported Discrimination in Health Care. Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). https://doi.org/10.25302/01.2021.ME.150731469

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