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03/03/2009 - Submitted by: Argyro Kazaki

This report presents the findings on mental health and social well being, and considers the influence of key socio-demographic variables, including age, gender, social class, education, income, residential location, employment status and marital status. The relationships between mental health, social well-being, self-rated health and selected health behaviours from the main survey are also examined. The study aims to determine the levels of mental health in the Irish adult population, including positive mental health, psychological distress, major depressive disorder, generalised anxiety disorder, reported self-harm and perceived stigma. The survey also evaluates the levels of social well-being in the Irish adult population, including levels of quality of life, social support, loneliness, community involvement and neighbourhood perceptions.
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Author(s):
Barry, M.M., Van Lente, E., Molcho, M., Morgan, M., McGee, H., Conroy, R.M., Watson, D., Shelley, E., & Perry, I.
Languages:
English

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Publisher:
The Stationery Office, Dublin
Date published on the web:
20/02/0009
Source:
Department of Health and Children
URL:
www.slan07.ie

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