Income-related inequalities in common mental disorders among ethnic minorities in England

@article{Mangalore2011IncomerelatedII,
  title={Income-related inequalities in common mental disorders among ethnic minorities in England},
  author={Roshni Mangalore and Martin Knapp},
  journal={Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={47},
  pages={351-359}
}
The relative prevalence of common mental health problems among different ethnic groups in Britain is one of the least researched topics in health variations research. We calculate and compare income-related inequalities in common mental disorders among ethnic groups in Britain. Data from a nationally representative survey of ethnic minorities (the EMPIRIC survey) were used to calculate concentration index values to indicate the extent of income-related inequalities within and across ethnic… CONTINUE READING
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