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Global perspectives on mental-physical comorbidity in the WHO World Mental Health Surveys

Global perspectives on mental-physical comorbidity in the WHO World Mental Health Surveys

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mental health surveys,
  • Chronic diseases -- Psychological aspects,
  • World health

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Michael R. Von Korff, Kate M. Scott, Oye Gureje.
    SeriesThe WHO World Mental Health Surveys series, Cambridge medicine, WHO World Mental Health Surveys series, Cambridge medicine
    ContributionsVon Korff, Michael., Scott, Kate M. 1960-, Gureje, Oye.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA790.5 .G56 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 322 p. :
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24073325M
    ISBN 10052119959X
    ISBN 109780521199599
    LC Control Number2009021483

    The burden of mental disorders in the Global Burden of Disease study and the World Mental Health surveys: similarities, differences, and implications for mental health research. In . Days out of role because of health problems are a major source of lost human capital. We examined the relative importance of commonly occurring physical and mental disorders in accounting for days out of role in 24 countries that participated in the World Health Organization (WHO) World Mental Health (WMH) surveys. Face-to-face interviews were carried out with 62 respondents (% pooled.

    Russia ranks No.1 in the world in suicides among males, and No. 31 among females, according a January report of data compiled by the World Health Organization. There were among every , males and among every , females who committed suicide in Russia.   Reported here are the first results of the WHO World Mental Health (WMH) Survey Initiative, the largest coordinated series of cross-national psychiatric epidemiological surveys ever undertaken. The general population surveys in the WMH series span 17 countries in all parts of the : T. Bedirhan Ustun Edited by Ronald C. Kessler.

    Kessler RC, et al. Lifetime prevalence and age--of--onset distributions of mental disorders in the World Mental Health Survey Initiative. In: Kessler RC, Üstün TB, editors. The WHO World Mental Health Surveys: Global Perspectives on the Epidemiology of Mental Disorders. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press; that there was a need to move forward public health initiatives with rigorous global surveys. The aims of the surveys of the world mental health surveys were to: obtain accurate cross-national information about the prevalences and correlates of mental, substance, and behavioural disorders.


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GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON MENTAL–PHYSICAL COMORBIDITY IN THE WHO WORLD MENTAL HEALTH SURVEYS. The World Mental Health Surveys were established by the World Health Organization in to provide valuable information for physicians and health policy planners.

The World Mental Health Surveys were established by the World Health Organization in to provide valuable information for physicians and health policy planners. These surveys have shed light on the prevalence, correlates, burden, and treatment of mental disorders in countries throughout the world.3/5(1).

In addition, the reader should be aware of the close relationship that the current volume has with the book The WHO World Mental Health Surveys: Global Perspectives on the Epidemiology of Mental Disorders, which was commented upon in the by: 2.

Global Perspectives on Mental-Physical Comorbidity in the WHO Mental Health Surveys. Enrique Baca-García, M.D., " Global Perspectives on Mental-Physical Comorbidity in the WHO Mental Health Surveys." American Journal of Psychiatry, (9), pp. –Cited by: 2.

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Kessler and T. Disability prevalence by disorder. The prevalence of a disability score in the top 10% of the WMH WHODAS distribution was calculated for mental disorder and each of the physical condition groups, but by way of illustration only the results for back or neck pain and for heart disease are shown (Figs 1 and ​and2).2).Cited by:   This book, edited by Ronald C.

Kessler and Bedirhan Ustun, summarizes recent WHO Mental Health surveys. Part 1 explains the study designs and, surprisingly at this point, addresses critiques of the present surveys.

Part 2 gives the specific results from 6 Cited by: 1. The results of the study, published in The Lancet Global Health today, indicate that guided self-help could be a promising strategy to address the vast gap in mental health support in humanitarian response situations.

WHO will make the self-help intervention available for widespread use once positive results have been seen in a second trial. BOOK REVIEW R. Kessler, B. Ustun (eds): The WHO world mental health surveys.

Global perspectives of mental health surveys Cambridge University Press, New York, First Edition, Nese Direk • Henning Tiemeier Received: 24 February /Accepted: 5 March /Published online: 4 April The Author(s) Cited by: 1. Reported here are the first results of the WHO World Mental Health (WMH) Survey Initiative, the largest coordinated series of cross-national psychiatric epidemiological surveys ever undertaken.

The general population surveys in the WMH series span 17 countries in all parts of the : $ Request PDF | On Sep 1,Enrique Baca-García and others published Global Perspectives on Mental-Physical Comorbidity in the WHO Mental Health Surveysedited by Author: Enrique Baca-Garcia.

Global perspectives on mental-physical comorbidity in the WHO World Mental Health Surveys. [Michael Von Korff; Kate M Scott; Oye Gureje;] -- The World Mental Health Surveys were established by the World Health Organization in to provide valuable information for physicians and health policy planners.

Comorbidity is the norm among common mental disorders, as more than 50% of people with a mental disorder in a given year meet criteria for multiple disorders.

The structure of this comorbidity has been the subject of considerable by:   The results presented are original findings based on analyses conducted especially for this book, demonstrating the latest World Mental Health findings in these fields Global Perspectives on Mental-Physical Comorbidity in the WHO World Mental Health Surveys.

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Cambridge University Press: New York, NY,pp 1– Cambridge University Press: New York, NY, Cited by: This volume on the World Mental Health Surveys focuses on the epidemiology of coexisting physical and mental illness around the world.

Many physical and mental illnesses share a close relationship with one another and often occur simultaneously. This is the first book 3/5(1). This volume is the first in a series that will report key World Mental Health (WMH) findings. It focuses on WMH study design (Part One), initial results concerning the prevalence, severity, course, and basic sociodemographic correlates of mental disorders and their treatment within each of the first 17 WMH surveys (Part Two), and cross-national comparison of these results (Part Three).Cited by:.

Von Korff MR, Scott KM, Gureje O. Global perspectives on mental-physical comorbidity in the WHO World Mental Health Surveys: Cambridge University Press; 6. Iacovides A, Siamouli M. Comorbid mental and somatic disorders: an epidemiological perspective.

Curr Opin Psychiatry. ;21(4)– Epub /06/Cited by: 9. Third, increasing numbers of mental disorders experienced over the life course were associated with increasing odds of subsequent onset or diagnosis of all 10 physical conditions.

Fourth, specific mental disorders were associated with between % and % of Cited by:   This book is the first systematic analysis of the rates, risk factors, consequences and global burden of trauma and PTSD across a variety of wealthy and underdeveloped settings.

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