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Abstract
This involved a follow-up of the 2,406 people who had been interviewed in the 2000 Psychiatric Morbidity Survey in Great Britain
Main Topics/Subject Category
Common mental disorders, smoking, alcohol and drug misuse and topics such as quality of life and treatment and use of services
Variables
No information recorded
Keywords
Mental health, health, secondary care, households, Great Britain
Identifier Variables
N/A
Economic/Subject Categories
Mental Health
Area of Health System
Secondary care
Data Available
Risk behaviours, Socio-economic, Demographic
Data collecting organization (s)
Office for National Statistics
Data Type
Survey (longitudinal)
National/Regional
National
Coverage (date of field work)
2000, 2001
Unit of Analysis
Individual
Sample
The first survey covered adults aged 16 to 74 and was carried out in 2000. The second survey followed up a proportion of the sample from the original survey approximately 18 months later in 2001. 2,406 cases.
Availability
ONS
Conditions of Access
Free access
Link
http://www.statistics.gov.uk/[…]/Product.asp?vlnk=10497&More=Y
Contact
ons@palgrave.com
Publications
Singleton N and Lewis G. Better or Worse: A longitudinal Study of the Mental Health of Adults Living in Private Households in Great Britain. London: Stationery Office, 2003