2007 National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing (NSMHWB)

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The 2007 National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing was conducted to provide updated evidence on the prevalence of mental illness in the Australian population, the amount of associated disability, comorbidity of mental disorders and comorbidity of mental disorders and chronic physical conditions, and the use of health services by people with mental disorders.The 2007 NSMHWB is a general household survey of the adult population aged 16-85 years, which was conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics from August to December 2007. This project aims to disseminate the findings of the 2007 NSMHWB regarding the prevalence and impact of mental and substance use disorders.

Project Status
Ongoing Projects
Contact
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Director of Epidemiology Research
Ph +61 2 9385 0267
Funding Body
Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing
Investigators
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Director of Epidemiology Research
Ph +61 2 9385 0267
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Program Director
Ph +61 2 9385 0317
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Director of Treatment Research
Ph +612 9385 0253
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Research Fellow
Ph +61 2 9385 0106
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Research Fellow
Ph +61 2 9385 0155
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Research Fellow
Ph +612 8936 1131

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