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Regional differences in mental health stigma-Analysis of nationally representative data from the Health Survey for England, 2014.

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Summary of "Regional differences in mental health stigma-Analysis of nationally representative data from the Health Survey for England, 2014."

Mental health stigma persists despite coordinated and widely-evaluated interventions. Socioeconomic, structural, and regional context may be important in shaping attitudes to mental illness, and response to stigma interventions. Regional differences in attitudes towards mental illness could be relevant for intervention, but have not been systematically explored. We evaluated regional variation in mental health stigma using nationally representative data from England, the Health Survey for England (HSE), from 2014.

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0210834

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