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Citation : Juarez DT, Tan C, Davis JW, Mau MM. (2014)
Using quantile regression to assess disparities in medication adherence.
Am J Health Behav 38(1):53-62.
Abstract : Whereas the large sample size undoubtedly contributed to the statistical significance, the large magnitude of the disparities, particularly for Filipinos, Native Hawaiians, and other Pacific Islanders, which suggests that these are meaningful differences that need to be addressed. The largest disparities were found at the lowest quantile suggests that they may be occurring among the most vulnerable populations with potentially poor access to care.
URL Link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24034680
PMID : 24034680
PMCID : PMC3777694
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