Social position and the common mental disorders with disability View Full Text


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2003-05

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David Melzer, Tom Fryers, Rachel Jenkins, Terry Brugha, Brenda McWilliams

ABSTRACT

BACKGROUND: Published studies linking the common mental disorders with social disadvantage lack basic comparability. This project aimed to estimate effect sizes and independence of social position markers as risk factors for common mental disorders. Disorders with disability were examined to identify groups with high clinical and policy priority. METHODS: Data from the 1993 household survey of psychiatric morbidity in Great Britain were analysed using logistic regression models, using traditional and more specific markers of social position. RESULTS: Of those with a common mental disorder, 22 % reported difficulty doing at least one activity of daily living, linked to their mental symptoms. In comprehensive statistical analyses, having two or more physical illnesses was associated with an odds ratio of 6.42 (95 % CI 4.34-9.51) for common mental disorder with disability, while odds ratios of 3 or more were present for being economically inactive or having had two or more recent adverse life events. Occupational social class was not an independent marker of raised rates of disorder. Similar patterns of result were present for common mental disorders irrespective of disability, although odds ratios were smaller. CONCLUSIONS: Several specific markers of less privileged status are independently associated with raised rates of common mental disorders, with or without disability. There may be scope to target specific high-risk groups within comprehensive programmes to reduce mental health inequalities. More... »

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238-243

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