Prevalencia mensual de trastorno de ansiedad generalizada durante la pandemia por Covid-19 en México
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Salud Publica de Mexico
Objective. Estimate the prevalence of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) from April to June 2020. Materials and methods. Repeated cross-sections design based in the Encovid-19, a series of monthly mobile surveys with represen- tative samples of Mexico (N= 833-1 674).The questionnaire includes the GAD-2 scale, and, in July, the GAD-7 scale was added; we examined its internal validity with confirmatory factor analysis and its concurrent validity with sociodemo- graphic variables. Using GAD-7 as criterion, we analyzed the predictive validity of the GAD-2.We estimated the monthly prevalence with the GAD-2. Results. The GAD-7 and the GAD-2 are reliable and valid.The GAD-2 has a sensitivity of 0.87 and a specificity of 0.90.The monthly prevalence remains high and stable, between 30.7 and 32.6%. GAD concentrated in women, unemployed and persons with low socioeconomic status. Conclusions. GAD is a public health problem that worsened during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Gaitán-Rossi, Pablo; Pérez-Hernández, Víctor; Vilar-Compte, Mireya; and Teruel-Belismelis, Graciela, "Prevalencia mensual de trastorno de ansiedad generalizada durante la pandemia por Covid-19 en México" (2021). Department of Public Health Scholarship and Creative Works. 221.
Gaitán Rossi, Pablo, Víctor Hugo Pérez Hernández, Mireya Vilar Compte, and Graciela María Teruel Belismelis. "Prevalencia mensual de trastorno de ansiedad generalizada durante la pandemia por Covid-19 en México." (2021).
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