Mental Disorder in Canada: An Epidemiological Perspective

Mental Disorder in Canada: An Epidemiological Perspective

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Overview

Canada has long been recognized as a leader in the field of psychiatric epidemiology, the study of the factors affecting mental health in populations. However, there has never been a book dedicated to the study of mental disorder at a population level in Canada. This collection of essays by leading scholars in the discipline uses data from the country's first national survey of mental disorder, the Canadian Community Health Survey of 2005, to fill that gap.

Mental Disorder in Canada explores the history of psychiatric epidemiology, evaluates methodological issues, and analyzes the prevalence of several significant mental disorders in the population. The collection also includes essays on stigma, mental disorder and the criminal justice system, and mental health among women, children, workers, and other demographic groups. Focusing specifically on Canadian scholarship, yet wide-reaching in scope, Mental Disorder in Canada is an important contribution to the dissemination and advancement of knowledge on psychiatric epidemiology.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781442698581
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division
Publication date: 06/01/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 432
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

John Cairney is the McMaster Family Medicine Professor in Child Health Research and a professor in the Departments of Family Medicine, Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, and Kinesiology at McMaster University.
David L. Streiner is a professor emeritus in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences and the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McMaster University, a professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, and senior scientific editor of Health Reports.

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Dedication

List of Contributors

Introduction: Psychiatric Epidemiology in Canada: A Coming of Age
John Cairney, McMaster University & David Streiner, University of Toronto

PART I: Context and Theory

Chapter 1: The Social Science Contribution to Psychiatric Epidemiology
David Streiner, University of Toronto & John Cairney, McMaster University

Chapter 2: The History of Psychiatric Epidemiology in Canada:
The Development of Community Surveys
Roger Bland, University of Alberta & Tara Hanson, Alberta Mental Health Board

Chapter 3: Intersecting Social Statuses and Psychiatric Disorder:
New Conceptual Directions in the Social Epidemiology of Mental Disorder
John Cairney, McMaster University, Scott Veldhuizen,
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health & Terrance J. Wade, Brock University

PART II: Methodological Issues

Chapter 4: On the Use of Secondary Data as a Method for Population-based
Studies in Mental Health, Addictions and Social Behaviour: An Introduction
Terrance J. Wade, Brock University & Augustine Brannigan, University of Calgary

Chapter 5: The Canadian Community Health Survey:
Mental Health and Well-Being
Ronald Gravel & Yves Béland, Statistics Canada

PART III: Epidemiology of Disorders

Chapter 6: Affective Disorders in Canada
Scott Patten, University of Calgary

Chapter 7: Anxiety Disorders in Canada
Tracie Afifi, Brian Cox & Jitender Sareen, University of Manitoba

Chapter 8: Contribution of Psychiatric Epidemiology on Counting Adult
Severely Mentally Ill
Alain Lesage, University of Montreal

Chapter 9: Alcohol, Substance Abuse and Gambling Problems:
Co-morbidity with Mental Disorders
Brian Rush, Karen Urbanoski, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health,
Diego G. Bassani, University of Toronto, Saulo Castel, Whitby Mental Health Centre,
Cameron Wild, University of Alberta

Chapter 10: Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
Michael Boyle & Kathy Hadjiyannakis, McMaster University

Chapter 11: Psychiatric Disorder in Later Life: A Canadian Perspective
Laurie Corna & Laura Gage, University of Toronto, John Cairney, McMaster University,
David L. Streiner, University of Toronto

PART IV: Special Topics

Chapter 12: Women and Mental Health
Sarah Romans & Lori Ross, University of Toronto

Chapter 13: Migrants and Epidemiology of Psychiatric Disorders in Canada
Douglas W. MacPherson, Migration Health Consultants Inc.,
Brian D. Gushulak, McMaster University

Chapter 14: Mental Disorders and Stigma:
Three Moments in Canadian History
Heather Stuart, Queen's University

Chapter 15: Psychiatric Epidemiology and Correction
Julio Arboleda-Flórez, Queen's University

Chapter 16: The Epidemiology of Suicide in Canada
Isaac Sakinofsky, University of Toronto,
Greg Webster, Canadian Institute for Health Information

PART V: Mental Health Care Services and Policy

Chapter 17: Depression and Mental Health Supports and Services in Canada
Anne Rhodes, University of Toronto, Julie Thurlow, Workplace Safety Insurance Board,
Nicole Donaldson, Toronto Western Hospital, Amanda T. Lo, McMaster University,
Jennifer Bethell, University of Toronto

Chapter 18: Examining the Mental Health of the Working Population:
Organizations, Individuals and Haystacks
Carolyn Dewa & Elizabeth Lin, Centre for Addiction & Mental Health,
Marc Corbiere, Université de Sherbrooke, Martin Shain, Centre for Addiction & Mental Health

Chapter 19: Knowledge Translation in Mental Health Care Research:
From Epidemiology to Policy
Paula Goering, Centre for Addiction & Mental Health,
Charlotte Waddell, Simon Fraser University

PART VI: Final Thoughts

Chapter 20: Where do we go from here?
The future of Psychiatric Epidemiology in Canada
David Streiner, University of Toronto & John Cairney, McMaster University

What People are Saying About This

Jane M. Murphy

'An unparalleled national accomplishment, Mental Disorder in Canada is a vital contribution to what we know about the distribution of mental disorders in Canada. Drawing mainly on the findings of the Canadian Community Health Survey (one of the largest national studies of mental disorders ever undertaken), the chapters reflect the analysis and interpretation of almost every major psychiatric epidemiologist across the country. This is a must read for all who are interested in those types of disorders that cut sharply into quality of life and which deserve more public health attention than they often receive.'

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