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Psychiatric morbidity among adults living in private households, 2000

Psychiatric morbidity among adults living in private households, 2000 International Review of Psychiatry (2003), 15, 65–73 N. SINGLETON, R. BUMPSTEAD, M. O’BRIEN, A. LEE & H. MELTZER Office for National Statistics, London, UK Aims, concepts and methods Social networks and social support; Activities of daily living and the need for informal This survey of psychiatric morbidity among adults care; and in private households was carried out in 2000 by Sociodemographic and general background the Office for National Statistics on behalf of the data including employment, finances, and accom- Department of Health, the Scottish Executive and modation. the National Assembly for Wales. It is part of a series The instruments used to assess mental disorders in of suchsurveys among different population groups the survey are shown in Table 1. A two-stage and is a repeat of the first survey in the series, which approachto the assessment of disorder was used. was carried out in 1993 (Meltzer et al., 1995). Initial structured interviews were carried out by ONS interviewers and lasted on average one and a half hours. These covered all the topics listed above. A Aims of the survey sub-sample of people were also asked to take part in The main aim of the survey was to estimate the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Review of Psychiatry Taylor & Francis

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2003 Informa UK Ltd All rights reserved: reproduction in whole or part not permitted
ISSN
1369-1627
eISSN
0954-0261
DOI
10.1080/0954026021000045967
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12745312
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Abstract

International Review of Psychiatry (2003), 15, 65–73 N. SINGLETON, R. BUMPSTEAD, M. O’BRIEN, A. LEE & H. MELTZER Office for National Statistics, London, UK Aims, concepts and methods Social networks and social support; Activities of daily living and the need for informal This survey of psychiatric morbidity among adults care; and in private households was carried out in 2000 by Sociodemographic and general background the Office for National Statistics on behalf of the data including employment, finances, and accom- Department of Health, the Scottish Executive and modation. the National Assembly for Wales. It is part of a series The instruments used to assess mental disorders in of suchsurveys among different population groups the survey are shown in Table 1. A two-stage and is a repeat of the first survey in the series, which approachto the assessment of disorder was used. was carried out in 1993 (Meltzer et al., 1995). Initial structured interviews were carried out by ONS interviewers and lasted on average one and a half hours. These covered all the topics listed above. A Aims of the survey sub-sample of people were also asked to take part in The main aim of the survey was to estimate the

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International Review of PsychiatryTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 2003

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