"Depression in the UK" Term Paper

"Depression in the UK"
A look at the subject of depression, particularly in the UK.
# 147811 | 844 words | 10 sources | APA | 2011
Published on Jul 18, 2011 in Psychology (Behaviorism) , Sociology (General)


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Description:

This paper discusses a journal entitled "Depression in the UK", that focuses on issues such as care, reasons for depression, sociological factors and how it can be treated. It also includes information from various studies carried out on stress and depression and aims to provide many of the answers to the issues raised.

From the Paper:

''"Depression in the UK" is a journal dedicated to research in depression. A quarter of people in Britain suffer from depression each year and it is one of the leading causes of disability. This journal is dedicated in researching depression in the UK and its' sudden rise. With such high rates of depression it is a must that more research is carried out which is exactly what this journal will provide.
''With the country in a recession and a high rate of unemployment at the moment it increases the need to understand depression. Unemployment is said to be related to depression. Young males with no previous mental illness were more likely to consult a professional for help for depression when they had been unemployed within the previous year and the longer they had been unemployed the more likely they were to seek help. This journal includes further research on this as to see if there is a way in reducing depression in the UK. However many depressed individuals have succumbed to depression due to work related stress.''

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Griffiths K M, Christensen H, Jorm A F, Evans K, and Groves C (2004) Effect of web-based depression literacy and cognitive-behavioural therapy interventions on stigmatizing attitudes to depression: Randomised controlled trial. The Royal College of Psychiatry. The British Journal of Psychiatry 185: 342-349 available from [http://bjp.rcpsych.org/cgi/content/full/bjprcpsych;185/4/342] accessed on 07/02/2011
  • Pflanz S E.; Ogle A D (2006) Job Stress, Depression, Work Performance, and Perceptions of Supervisors in Military Personnel Military Medicine, Volume 171, Number 9, pages 861-865 available from [http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/amsus/zmm/2006/00000171/00000009/art00020] accessed on 07/02/2011
  • Michael Bauer, Ph.D., M.D., Tom Bschor, M.D., Dieter Kunz, M.D., Anne Berghofer, M.D., Andreas Strohle, M.D., and Bruno Muller-Oerlinghausen, (2000) Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial of the Use of Lithium to Augment Antidepressant Medication in Continuation Treatment of Unipolar Major Depression American Psychiatric Association, Am J Psychiatry 157:1429-1435, Available from [http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/full/157/9/1429] accessed on 09/02/2011
  • Hollon S D, Jarrett R B, Nierenberg A A, Thase, Trivedi M, and Rush A J Psychotherapy and Medication in the Treatment of Adult and Geriatric Depression: Which Monotherapy or Combined Treatment?
  • Maloney F (2005) The depression wars: would honest Abe have written the Gettysburg address on Prozac. Slate. Available from [http://www.slate.com/id/2129377/] accessed on 12/02/2011

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""Depression in the UK"" 18 July 2011. Web. 14 October. 2019. <https://www.academon.com/term-paper/depression-in-the-uk-147811/>

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