Unemployment rates among patients with long-term mental health problems A decade of rising unemployment

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  title={Unemployment rates among patients with long-term mental health problems A decade of rising unemployment},
  author={},
  year={2002}
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  • Published 2002
AIMS AND METHOD To examine the vocational status of people with longer-term mental health problems in the inner London Borough ofWandsworth. Data collected over 10 years on1April each year as part of an annual census of adults with longer-term mental health problems using community mental health and rehabilitation teams were analysed to examine the vocational status of these groups. RESULTS Within the borough unemployment rates among people with longerterm mental health problems increased… CONTINUE READING

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