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2012

Brugha, T., Cooper, S.A., Kiani, R., McManus, S., Meltzer, H., Purdon, S., Smith, J., Scott, F.J., Spiers, N., Tyrer, F. (2012) Estimating the Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Conditions in Adults: Extending the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey. England: The NHS Health and Social Care Information Centre

2010

Harris, J., Hall, J., Meltzer, H., Jenkins, R., Oreszczyn, T., McManus, S. (2010) Health, mental health and housing conditions in England. London: National Centre for Social Research

McManus, S., Meltzer, H., Campion, J. (2010) Cigarette smoking and mental helath in England. London: National Centre for Social Research

Meltzer, H., Brugha, T.S. (2010) Ethical issues in carrying out national surveys of psychiatric morbidity. In: Helmchen, H. & Sartorious, N. (eds). Ethics in Psychiatry. Springer

2009

McManus, S., Meltzer, H., Brugha, T., Bebbington, P., Jenkins, R. (2009) Adult Psychiatric Morbidity in England, 2007: results of a household survey London: National Centre for Social Research.

2004

Stansfeld, SA., Head, J., Rasul, F., Singleton, N., (2004) Occupation and mental health: Secondary analyses of the ONS Psychiatric Morbidity Survey of Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive Research Report 168, HSE Books

 

2003

Singleton N & Lewis G (2003) Better or worse: a longitudinal study of the mental health of adults living in Great Britain. London: The Stationery Office

2002

Coulthard, M., Farrell, M., Singleton, N., Meltzer, H, (2002) Tobacco, alcohol and drug use and mental health: London: TSO

Meltzer, H., Singleton, S., Lee, A., Bebbington, P., Brugha, T., Jenkins R (2002) The social and economic circumstances of adults with mental disorders. London:TSO

Meltzer, H., Lader, D., Corbin, C., Singleton, S., Jenkins, R., Brugha T (2002) Non-fatal suicidal behaviour among adults aged 16-74 in Great Britain, London: TSO

O’Brien, M., Singleton, S., Sparks, J., Meltzer, H., Brugha, T. (2002) Adults with a psychotic disorder living in private households, 2000. London: TSO

Singleton, S., Aye Maung, N., Cowie, A., Sparks, J., Bumpstead, R., Meltzer, H. (2002) Mental Health of Carers, London: TSO

2001

O’Brien, M., Mortimer, L., Singleton, N., Meltzer, H. (2001) Psychiatric Morbidity among women prisoners in England and
Wales
, London: TSO

Singleton, N., Bumpstead, R., O’Brien, M., Lee, A., Meltzer, H. (2001) Psychiatric Morbidity among adults living in private households, 2000, London: TSO

2000

Kershaw, A., Singleton, N., Meltzer, H. (2000) Survey of the health and well-being of homeless people in Greater Glasgow: Summary Report London: National Statistics

Lader, D., Singleton, N., Meltzer, H. (2000) Psychiatric morbidity among young offenders in England and Wales, London: National Statistics

1999

Singleton, N., Farrell, M., Meltzer, H. (1999) Substance misuse among prisoners in England and Wales. London: Office for National Statistics

Meltzer, H., Jenkins, R., Singleton, S., Charlton, J., Yar, M. (1999) Non-fatal suicidal behaviour among prisoners, London: Office for National Statistics

1998

Singleton, N., Meltzer, H. (winter 1998) Mental disorders in our Prisons, Social Trends Quarterly

Singleton, N., Meltzer, H., Gatward, R., Coid, J., Deasey, D. (1998) Psychiatric morbidity among prisoners in England and Wales. London: The Stationery Office

1996

Foster, K., Meltzer, H., Gill, B., Hinds, K. (1996) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Bulletin No. 4: The circumstances of adults with a psychotic disorder. OPCS: London

Foster, K., Meltzer, H., Gill, B., Hinds, K (1996) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Report 8: Adults with a psychotic disorder living in the community HMSO: London

Gill, B., Meltzer, H., Hinds, K., Petticrew, M. (1996) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Report 7: Psychiatric morbidity among homeless people. HMSO: London

Gill, B., Meltzer, H., Hinds, K., Petticrew, M. (1996) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Bulletin No.3: The prevalence of psychiatric morbidity among the homeless people. OPCS: London

Meltzer, H., Gill, B., Hinds, K. Petticrew, M. (1996) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Report 4: The prevalence of psychiatric morbidity among adults living in institutions. HMSO: London

Meltzer, H., Gill, B., Hinds, K. Petticrew, M. (1996) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Report 5: Physical complaints, service use and treatment of residents with psychiatric disorders. HMSO: London

Meltzer, H., Gill, B., Hinds, K. Petticrew, M. (1996) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Report 6: Economic activity and social functioning of residents with psychiatric disorders. HMSO: London

1995

Meltzer, H., Gill, B., Petticrew, M., Hinds, K. (1995) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Report 1: The prevalence of psychiatric morbidity among adults living in private households. HMSO: London

Meltzer, H., Gill, B., Petticrew, M., Hinds, K. (1995) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Report 2: Physical complaints, service use and treatment of adults with psychiatric disorders. HMSO: London

Meltzer, H., Gill, B., Petticrew, M., Hinds, K. (1995) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Report 3: Economic activity and social functioning of adults with psychiatric disorders. HMSO: London

Meltzer, H., Gill, B., Petticrew, M., Hinds, K. (1995) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Bulletin No.2: The prevalence of psychiatric morbidity among adults living in institutions. OPCS: London

1994

Meltzer, H., Gill, B., Petticrew, M. (1994) OPCS Surveys of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain, Bulletin No.1: The prevalence of psychiatric morbidity among adults aged 16-64, living in private households, in Great Britain, OPCS: London

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