Global prevalence and burden of depressive and anxiety disorders in 204 countries and territories in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

@article{SantomauroMantillaHerreraShadidZhengAshbaugh2,
  title={Global prevalence and burden of depressive and anxiety disorders in 204 countries and territories in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic},
  author={Damian F Ana M Jamileh Peng Charlie David M Cristiana Chr Santomauro Mantilla Herrera Shadid Zheng Ashbaugh and Damian Santomauro and Ana Maria Mantilla Herrera and Jamileh Shadid and Peng Zheng and Charlie Ashbaugh and David M. Pigott and Cristiana Abbafati and Christopher Adolph and Joanne O. Amlag and Aleksandr Y. Aravkin and Bree Bang-Jensen and Gregory J Bertolacci and Sabina Bloom and Rachel Castellano and E Filipa de Castro and Suman Chakrabarti and Jhilik Chattopadhyay and Rebecca M. Cogen and James K. Collins and Xiaochen Dai and William James Dangel and Carolyn Dapper and Amanda Deen and Megan Erickson and Samuel B. Ewald and Abraham D. Flaxman and Joseph Jon Frostad and Nancy Fullman and John R. Giles and Ababi Zergaw Giref and Gaorui Guo and Jiawei He and Monika Helak and Erin N Hulland and Bulat Idrisov and Akiaja Lindstrom and Emily Linebarger and Paulo Andrade Lotufo and Rafael Lozano and Beatrice Magistro and D{\'e}borah Carvalho Malta and Johan M{\aa}nsson and F{\'a}tima Marinho and Ali H. Mokdad and Lorenzo Monasta and Paulami Naik and Shuhei Nomura and James K. O’Halloran and Samuel M. Ostroff and Maja Pa{\vs}ovi{\'c} and Louise Penberthy and Robert C. Reiner Jr. and Grace E Reinke and Antonio Luiz P Ribeiro and Aleksei Sholokhov and Reed J. D. Sorensen and Elena A. Varavikova and Anh Vo and Rebecca L Walcott and Stefanie Watson and Charles Shey Wiysonge and B Zigler and Simon I. Hay and Theo Vos and Christopher J. L. Murray and Harvey A. Whiteford and Alize J Ferrari},
  journal={Lancet (London, England)},
  year={2021},
  volume={398},
  pages={1700 - 1712}
}
  • Damian F Ana M Jamileh Peng Charlie David M Cristiana Chr Santomauro Mantilla Herrera Shadid Zheng Ashbaugh , D. Santomauro, +65 authors Alize J Ferrari
  • Published 1 October 2021
  • Medicine
  • Lancet (London, England)
Background Before 2020, mental disorders were leading causes of the global health-related burden, with depressive and anxiety disorders being leading contributors to this burden. The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has created an environment where many determinants of poor mental health are exacerbated. The need for up-to-date information on the mental health impacts of COVID-19 in a way that informs health system responses is imperative. In this study, we aimed to quantify the impact of… 

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