First published in 1987, Psychiatric Epidemiology brings together global contemporary research and data relating to psychiatric epidemiology.
The book comprises edited papers from the World Psychiatric Association symposium held in Edinburgh, September 1985. Divided into six parts, it covers demographic and ecological surveys; life events, stress and social support; longitudinal and cohort studies; epidemiology and clinical issues; alcoholism and alcohol-related disorders; and epidemiology in mental health service planning.
Psychiatric Epidemiology will appeal to those with an interest in the history of psychiatric epidemiology and mental health.
Part 1: Demographic and Ecological Surveys; Part 2: Life Events, Stress and Social Support; Part 3: Longitudinal and Cohort Studies; Part 4: Epidemiology and Clinical Issues; Part 5: Alcoholism and Alcohol-Related Disorders; Part 6: Epidemiology in Mental Health Service Planning; Index