Modeling the geographic distribution of serious mental illness in New Zealand

@article{Hudson2012ModelingTG,
  title={Modeling the geographic distribution of serious mental illness in New Zealand},
  author={Christopher G Hudson and Max W Abbott},
  journal={Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={48},
  pages={25-36}
}
PurposeThis study aims to estimate, apply, and validate a model of the risk of serious mental illness (SMI) in local service areas throughout New Zealand.MethodsThe study employs a secondary analysis of data from the Te Rau Hinengaro Mental Health Survey of 12,992 adults aged 16 years and over from the household population. It uses small area estimation (SAE) methods involving: (1) estimation of a logistic model of risk of SMI; (2) use of the foregoing model for computing estimates, using… CONTINUE READING
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