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Proportion de la population masculine âgée de 25 ans et plus, selon le niveau de scolarité atteint le plus élevé ( 8 ) et selon le groupe d'âge, Québec, 2006

Proportion de la population masculine âgée de 25 ans et plus, selon le niveau de scolarité atteint le plus élevé ( 8 ) et selon le groupe d'âge, Québec, 2006

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Le présent rapport sur les données publiques concernant les hommes québécois s’inscrit dans un programme de recherche sur trois ans portant sur les perceptions des hommes québécois de leurs besoins psychosociaux et de santé ainsi que de leur rapport aux services. Le rapport présente à la fois les principales caractéristiques des hommes de tout âge...

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... homme sur 10 (11,4 %) considère que son hospitalisation a « peu ou pas du tout » contribué à régler le problème de santé (13,7 % chez les femmes). De plus, 11,2 % des hommes comparativement à 16,3 % des femmes estiment qu'ils ont reçu des renseignements qui portent à confusion ou qui sont contradictoires ( Lecours et al., 2013 figure 40). Depuis 1991Depuis -1993, ce taux a décru d'une manière importante, à l'instar de celui des femmes. ...

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