Wednesday, 20th June 2012
UK: How Mental Illness Loses out in the NHS
Source: Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics (UK)
A report published on Monday 18 June by the London School of Economics reveals the horrific scale of mental illness in Britain – and how little the NHS does about it. Mental illness is now nearly a half of all ill health suffered by people under 65 – and it is more disabling than most chronic physical disease. Yet only a quarter of those involved are in any form of treatment.
+ Direct link to report (PDF; 1 MB)
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