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Título: Implementing the World Mental Health Survey Initiative in Portugal - rationale, design and fieldwork procedures
Autor: Xavier, M
Mendes, Jorge Morais
Baptista, Helena
Magalhaes, Pedro
Almeida, José Miguel Barros Caldas de
Palavras-chave: disorders
prevalence
attendees
organization
national-comorbidity-survey
lifetime
united-states
europe
version
general-practice
burden
Data: 1-Jan-2013
Resumo: Background: The World Mental Health Survey Initiative was designed to evaluate the prevalence, the correlates, the impact and the treatment patterns of mental disorders. This paper describes the rationale and the methodological details regarding the implementation of the survey in Portugal, a country that still lacks representative epidemiological data about psychiatric disorders. Methods: The World Mental Health Survey is a cross-sectional study with a representative sample of the Portuguese population, aged 18 or older, based on official census information. The WMH-Composite International Diagnostic Interview, adapted to the Portuguese language by a group of bilingual experts, was used to evaluate the mental health status, disorder severity, impairment, use of services and treatment. Interviews were administered face-to-face at respondent's dwellings, which were selected from a nationally representative multi-stage clustered area probability sample of households. The survey was administered using computer-assisted personal interview methods by trained lay interviewers. Data quality was strictly controlled in order to ensure the reliability and validity of the collected information. Results: A total of 3,849 people completed the main survey, with 2,060 completing the long interview, with a response rate of 57.3%. Data cleaning was conducted in collaboration with the WMHSI Data Analysis Coordination Centre at the Department of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School. Collected information will provide lifetime and 12-month mental disorders diagnoses, according to the International Classification of Diseases and to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Conclusions: The findings of this study could have a major influence in mental health care policy planning efforts over the next years, specially in a country that still has a significant level of unmet needs regarding mental health services organization, delivery of care and epidemiological research.
Descrição: Xavier, M., Mendes, J. M., Baptista, H., Magalhaes, P., & Almeida, J. M. B. C. D. (2013). Implementing the World Mental Health Survey Initiative in Portugal - rationale, design and fieldwork procedures. International Journal of Mental Health Systems, 7(19), 1-10. DOI: 10.1186/1752-4458-7-19
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10362/51490
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/1752-4458-7-19
ISSN: 1752-4458
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