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|Title:||Common mental disorders, unemployment and welfare benefits in England.|
|Citation:||PUBLIC HEALTH, 2010, 124 (12), pp. 675-681|
|Abstract:||Individuals who are out of work have a higher rate of common mental disorders (CMD) than individuals who are employed. People who are unemployed in the UK are entitled to welfare benefits to alleviate financial strain. This study examined rates of CMD in individuals who were employed, unemployed and receiving various UK benefits. It also investigated associations between duration of unemployment, gender and CMD.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Health Sciences|
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