Well-being in Australia--findings from the National Survey of Mental Health and Well-being.

@article{Dear2002WellbeingIA,
  title={Well-being in Australia--findings from the National Survey of Mental Health and Well-being.},
  author={Keith B G Dear and Scott Henderson and Ailsa E Korten},
  journal={Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={37 11},
  pages={
          503-9
        }
}
BACKGROUND The National Survey of Mental Health and Well-being in Australia has provided a rare opportunity to investigate not only the sociodemographic distribution of well-being, but also how it is related to impaired mental or physical health, to specific groups of psychiatric disorders and disability in daily life. METHODS A national household sample of 10,641 individuals (response rate 78 %) representative of the adult population was interviewed with the Composite International… CONTINUE READING
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