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One-Year Prevalence of Psychiatric Disorder in Ontarians 15 to 64 Years of Age
Objective: To present the one-year prevalence of 14 psychiatric disorders in a community sample of Ontarians aged 15 to 64 years. Method: Data on psychiatric disorders were collected on 9953Expand
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The At Home/Chez Soi trial protocol: a pragmatic, multi-site, randomised controlled trial of a Housing First intervention for homeless individuals with mental illness in five Canadian cities
Introduction Housing First is a complex housing and support intervention for homeless individuals with mental health problems. It has a sufficient knowledge base and interest to warrant a test ofExpand
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Narratives of Identity: Re-presentation of Self in People Who Are Homeless
The problem of homelessness is a pressing social and health concern ascribed to the interaction between personal, social, economic, and service system resources. This article is based on aExpand
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The Use of Mental Health Services in Ontario: Epidemiologic Findings
Objective: To describe the distribution and predictors of mental health service use for a survey of Ontario household residents aged 15 to 64 years. Method: Service use was defined as any past-yearExpand
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Effect of scattered-site housing using rent supplements and intensive case management on housing stability among homeless adults with mental illness: a randomized trial.
IMPORTANCE Scattered-site housing with Intensive Case Management (ICM) may be an appropriate and less-costly option for homeless adults with mental illness who do not require the treatment intensityExpand
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The Economic Burden of Schizophrenia in Canada
Objective: To estimate the financial burden of schizophrenia in Canada in 1996. Method: Using a prevalence-based approach, all direct health care costs, administrative costs of income assistanceExpand
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Mental Health Supplement to the Ontario Health Survey: Methodology
Objective: To describe the methodology of a province-wide, cross-sectional, epidemiologic study of psychiatric disorder among those aged 15 years and over living in household dwellings in Ontario.Expand
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Characteristics of persons who are homeless for the first time.
The Pathways Into Homelessness project in Toronto interviewed 300 unaccompanied adult users of homeless shelters to identify characteristics of individuals who are homeless for the first time. TheExpand
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This article reports the qualitative findings of a multimethod study of the homeless population in Toronto, Canada. The qualitative component sought to identify how people become homeless and whyExpand
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Reversed neurovegetative symptoms of depression: a community study of Ontario.
OBJECTIVE Most research on depression with reversed neurovegetative features (hypersomnia, hyperphagia, and weight gain) has been based on site-specific clinic-based samples. The goal of this studyExpand
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