Ashleigh Domingo

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OBJECTIVE To analyse differences in health by educational level in Spanish adults by comparing the health dimensions of the SF-36 Heath Survey. DESIGN Data were taken from the National Survey on Drug Use carried out in February 1996. The information was collected by home personal interview. In addition to measuring the use of legal and illegal drugs and(More)
INTRODUCTION Psychotropic drugs are frequently used in the population and account for a big share of the Spanish health budget. This study aims to describe the patterns of use of psychotropic drugs in the Spanish general population and its relationship with mental health. METHODS A stratified, multistage, clustered area, probability sample design was used(More)
INTRODUCTION Between 17% and 30% of the world population suffers from a mental disorder in a given year and only a small proportion of them established contact with health services. This information is not available concerning the Spanish population. This study aims to describe the health services utilization related with mental disorders in Spain, as well(More)
BACKGROUND Minimal research has been conducted on how individuals with Anorexia nervosa (AN) undergoing treatment perceive public stigma. AIM Explore how affected individuals with AN believe the general public perceives AN. METHOD Using thematic analysis, 19 participants with AN were interviewed at the beginning of treatment. RESULTS Three(More)
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