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Task: According to the 2010 Global Burden of Disease study, depression is now the second leading cause of disease burden (as cited in Ferrari et al., 2013), whilst WHO (2012) declares depression to be the leading cause of disability worldwide. There is a distinct pattern along gender lines when it comes to prevalence rates of depression: unipolar depression is twice as common in women (WHO, n.d.). Depression has been linked to the experience of discrimination (Belle & Doucet, 2003), violence (Pico-Alfonso et al., 2006; Ludermir et al., 2010) and human rights abuses. To prepare for this assignment, choose a population group in Australia. Then, in 1500 words, address the following, being sure to include a rationale that justifies your response:
  • Review and present evidence relating to levels of depression for this population group.
  • Explain how these patterns of depression among this group are socially determined. Refer to issues of gender and human rights in your explanation. (Refer to http://www.who.int/gender-equityrights/understanding/gender-definition/en/)
  • Propose a health promotion intervention to address depression and promote positive mental health for this population group. Consider a social-ecological model to explain the effects of potential prevention strategies
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