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1-10 of 89 matches (78 studies, 11 series)
The main source of evidence for the Government on how much the public participates in digital, cultural and sporting activities.
Using patient-level primary care data to estimate the extent to which antidepressant medicines are prescribed to people continuously for long periods of time.
This research consists of two reports using national GP data to look at the extent to which dependence forming medicines are being prescribed long-term.
This study looked at whether living in a home damaged by weather or flooding was linked with people’s mental health.
This research produces temporal trends for a range of different indicators of mental disorder, taking a gender-informed perspective on context and risk.
This study informs self-harm and suicide prevention work through survey analysis and consultation with people with lived experience.
This survey is part of a series which provides England’s Official Statistics on trends in child mental health. It was commissioned by NHS Digital, with funding from the Department of Health and Social Care. We collaborated with Office for National Statistics (ONS) and youthinmind.
This report presents the findings of a NatCen pilot research project, commissioned by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), translating the harmonised personal well-being questions into the Sylheti and Urdu languages, and cognitively testing the translated questions with monolingual participants.