Mental health literacy as a function of remoteness of residence: an Australian national study
- Prevalence and risk factors for depression in a rural setting: Results from the North Wales arm of the ODIN project. Michalak, Erin E.; Wilkinson, Clare; Hood, Kerenza; Srinivasan, Janaki; Dowrick, Chris; Dunn, Graham // Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology;Dec2002, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p567
Background: Depressive disorders are common, and result in high individual and societal costs. The majority of research assessing depression has occurred in urban areas. There is a paucity of research examining the prevalence of and risk factors for depression in rural general practice. Aim: The...
- Survey Shows Depression Plagues Much of Europe, but Misses Why. // New American (08856540);10/22/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 20, p8
The article reports on the results of Impact of Depression in the workplace in Europe Audit (IDEA) survey conducted by Ipsos MORI from August 30 to September 19, 2012 for the European Depression Association, which reveals that 10 percent of European workers have missed their work due to depression.
- Health association finds barriers to depression treatment. // Westchester County Business Journal;4/29/96, Vol. 35 Issue 18, p31
Reports on the survey conducted by Wirthlin Group on the barriers to the treatment of clinical depression in the United States. Attitudes of Americans towards clinical depression; Signs of clinical depression.
- Emotional response of participants to a mental health survey. Jacomb, P. A.; Jorm, A. F.; Rodgers, B.; Korten, A. E.; Henderson, A. S.; Christensen, H. // Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology;1999, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p80
Abstract Following participation in a mental health survey of 2725 adults aged 1879, respondents were asked if the questionnaire had made them feel distressed or depressed, and if it had been an intrusion on privacy or had made them feel good about themselves. While 5% reported feeling...
- 'Just get over it'. Really? Noone, Yasmin // Australian Ageing Agenda;Nov/Dec2012, p9
The article reports on the result of a survey which reveals that 8 out of 10 respondents believe that individuals with depression feel that they are letting their family down by undergoing the illness.
- A novel conceptual framework for psychiatry: vertically and horizontally integrated approaches to redundancy and pleiotropism that co-exist with a classification of symptom clusters based on DSM-5. Licinio, J; Wong, M-L // Molecular Psychiatry;Aug2013, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p846
The article presents author's views on aspects of psychiatric nosology and psychiatric diagnosis. He discusses several facts which includes the exclusion of Asperger syndrome as a separate diagnosis, loss of subtype classifications for variant forms of schizophrenia and depressive disorders and...
- Early Cannabis Use and Estimated Risk of Later Onset of Depression Spells: Epidemiologic Evidence From the Population-based World Health Organization World Mental Health Survey Initiative. De Graaf, Ron; Radovanovic, Mirjana; Van Laar, Margriet; Fairman, Brian; Degenhardt, Louisa; Aguilar-Gaxiola, Sergio; Bruffaerts, Ronny; De Girolamo, Giovanni; Fayyad, John; Gureje, Oye; Haro, Josep Maria; Yueqin Huang; Kostychenko, Stanislav; Lépine, Jean-Pierre; Matschinger, Herbert; Medina Mora, Maria Elena; Neumark, Yehuda; Ormel, Johan; Posada-Villa, Jose; Stein, Dan J. // American Journal of Epidemiology;Jul2010, Vol. 172 Issue 2, p149
Early-onset cannabis use is widespread in many countries and might cause later onset of depression. Sound epidemiologic data across countries are missing. The authors estimated the suspected causal association that links early-onset (age <17 years) cannabis use with later-onset (age â‰¥17...
- Severe MUPS in a sick-listed population: a cross-sectional study on prevalence, recognition, psychiatric co-morbidity and impairment. Hoedeman, Rob; Krol, Boudien; Blankenstein, Nettie; Koopmans, Petra C.; Groothoff, Johan W. // BMC Public Health;2009, Vol. 9, p440
Background: Medically unexplained physical symptoms (MUPS) have a high prevalence in the general population and are associated with psychiatric morbidity. There are indications that MUPS are an important determinant of frequent and long-term disability. The primary objective was to assess the...
- Performance of the SF-36 Health Survey in screening for depressive and anxiety disorders in an elderly female Swedish population. Silveira, E.; Taft, C.; Sundh, V.; Waern, M.; Palsson, S.; Steen, B. // Quality of Life Research;Jun2005, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p1263
Objective: To assess the sensitivity, specificity and predictive validity of suggested cut-off scores in the SF-36 mental health (MH) and mental component summary (MCS) in screening for depressive and anxiety disorders in a population sample of older Swedish women. Method: The sample comprised...