|Title:||Perceived discrimination as a barrier for the adequate treatment of chronic diseases in venezuelan migrants from peru|
|Alternative Titles:||Discriminação percebida como barreira para o adequado tratamento de doenças crônicas em migrantes venezuelanos do peru|
|Keywords:||Emigrantes e imigrantes|
|Bibliographic citation:||Delgado, C., Cutire, O., Cvetkovic, A., Nieto, W. (2021). Perceived discrimination as a barrier for the adequate treatment of chronic diseases in venezuelan migrants from peru [Discriminação percebida como barreira para o adequado tratamento de doenças crônicas em migrantes venezuelanos do peru]. Revista Brasileira de Epidemiologia, 24(1), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1590/1980-549720210029|
|Abstract:||Objective: To determine the association between perceived discrimination and receiving adequate treatment for chronic diseases in Venezuelan migrants. Methodology: A cross-sectional study was performed. This is a secondary analysis of the ENPOVE national survey from Peru. The association between the perceived discrimination and receiving adequate treatment for chronic diseases was evaluated using a Poisson regression model, considering the adjusted effect of the multistage sampling. Results: A total of 865 migrants were evaluated (age: 36.6 ± 0.7 years and 58.2% women). Of these, 54.8% perceived discrimination, and 89.2% did not receive adequate treatment for chronic diseases. Perceived discrimination was significantly associated with a lower prevalence of receiving adequate treatment for chronic diseases (PRa = 0.49; 95%CI 0.25 – 0.97). Conclusion: This study evidenced that perceived discrimination decreases the prevalence of receiving adequate treatment for chronic diseases by approximately 50% compared with those who did not perceive discrimination. Keywords: Emigrants and immigrants. Chronic disease. Public health. Venezuela. Peru. Therapeutics.|
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