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Validation of a Brief CES-D Scale for Measuring Depression and Its Associated Predictors among Adolescents in Chi Linh, Hai Duong, Vietnam
1. Department of Hospital Management, Health Management Training Institute, Hanoi School of Public Health, 138 Giang Vo, Hanoi, Vietnam
2. Department of Biostatistics, Faculty of Fundamental Science, Hanoi School of Public Health, 138 Giang Vo, Hanoi, Vietnam
3. Department of Health Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, Behavior and Health Education, Hanoi School of Public Health, 138 Giang Vo, Hanoi, Vietnam
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