Resources and references for economic case for mental health

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References for the economic case for mental health

  1.  Friedli L, Parsonage M. Promoting mental health and preventing mental illness: the economic case for investment in Wales. All Wales Mental Health Promotion Network. October 2009.
  2.  Centre for Mental Health. The economic and social costs of mental health problems in 2009/10. October 2001. 
  3. Centre for Mental Health. The economic and social costs of mental health problems in 2009/10. October 2001. 
  4. Cyhlarova E. Economic burden of mental illness cannot be tackled without research investment. Mental Health Foundation. 2010. 
  5. Andrews G, et al. Utilising survey data to inform public policy: comparison of the cost-effectiveness of treatment of ten mental disorders. Br J Psych 2004; 184:526-533.
  6. Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health. Mental health at work: developing the business case. December 2007.
  7. HM Government. No health without mental health. February 2011
  8. Naylor C et al. Long term conditions and mental health – the cost of co-morbidities. King’s Fund and Centre for Mental Health. February 2012. 
  9. Welch C A et al, Depression and costs of health care, Psychosomatics, 2009 Jul-Aug; 50(4):392-401.
  10. Naylor C et al. Long term conditions and mental health – the cost of co-morbidities. King’s Fund and Centre for Mental Health. February 2012. 
  11. WHO. Investing in mental health. 2003. 
  12. HM Government. No health without mental health. February 2011
  13. Keyes C L M. Promoting and protecting mental health as flourishing, American Psychologist 2007, 62(2): 95-108.
  14. Chida Y, Steptoe A, Positive psychological well-being and mortality: a quantitative review of prospective observational studies. Psychosom Med 70:7, 2008.
  15. Friedli L, Parsonage M, Promoting mental health and preventing mental illness: the economic case for investment in Wales. All Wales Mental Health Promotion Network. October 2009. 
  16. Knapp M et al (eds). Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: the economic case. Department of Health. April 2011. 
  17. Knapp M et al (eds). Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: the economic case. Department of Health. April 2011. 
  18. This section drawn from Knapp M et al (eds). Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: the economic case. Department of Health. April 2011. 
  19. Royal College of Psychiatrists. Behavioural problems and conduct disorder: information for parents, carers and anyone who works with young people.  (accessed 25 May 2013).
  20. This section drawn from Knapp M et al (eds). Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: the economic case. Department of Health. April 2011. 
  21. This section drawn from Knapp M et al (eds). Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: the economic case. Department of Health. April 2011. 
  22. Ofsted. TellUs3 National Report. September 2008. 
  23. This section drawn from Knapp M et al (eds). Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: the economic case. Department of Health. April 2011.
  24. Litchfield P. Public mental health and wellbeing – the workplace. Presented during Public Mental Health Masters module at Warwick University. Coventry, February 2013.
  25. This section drawn from Knapp M et al (eds). Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: the economic case. Department of Health. April 2011. 
  26. Barr B et al. Suicides associated with the 2008-10 economic recession in England: time trend analysis. BMJ 2012;345:e5142. 
  27. Wahlbeck K, McDaid D. Actions to alleviate the mental health impact of the economic crisis. World Psychiatry 2012; 11:139-145. 
  28. Stuckler D et al. The public health effect of economic crises and alternative policy responses in Europe: an empirical analysis. Lancet 2009; 374:315-323.
  29. Knapp M et al (eds). Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: the economic case. Department of Health. April 2011.
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