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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.5.2004.tde-17102005-164014
Document
Author
Full name
Maria Cristina Pereira Lima
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2004
Supervisor
Committee
Menezes, Paulo Rossi (President)
Ben, Cristina Marta Del
Eluf Neto, Jose
Gouveia, Nelson da Cruz
Lopes, Claudia de Souza
Title in Portuguese
"Transtornos mentais comuns e uso de álcool na população urbana de Botucatu - SP: um estudo de co-morbidade e utilização de serviços"
Keywords in Portuguese
ALCOOLISMO/epidemiologia
BOTUCATU
COMORBIDADE
LITERATURA DE REVISÃO
POPULAÇÃO URBANA
SERVIÇOS DE SAÚDE
TRANSTORNOS MENTAIS/epidemiologia
Abstract in Portuguese
O objetivo deste estudo foi estimar prevalência dos transtornos mentais comuns (TMC) e bebedores problemas (BP) e também a utilização de serviços, a partir de estudo seccional, populacional com amostragem aleatória. Incluiu-se sujeitos com 16 anos e mais, avaliando-se aspectos sócio-demográficos, uso de álcool, saúde mental e utilização de serviços. A prevalência de TMC foi 21,7%, de BP foi 4,4%. Na ultima quinzena 14,6% procuraram serviço de saúde. As prevalências observadas confirmam achados da literatura: TMC e BP são importantes problemas de saúde pública, com implicações para a organização de serviços e formação de recursos humanos
Title in English
Common mental disorders and alcohol use in a urban population of Botucatu - SP: a comorbidity and a use of services study
Keywords in English
ALCHOOLISM/epidemiology
BOTUCATU
COMORBIDITY
HEALTH SERVICES
MENTAL DISORDERS/epidemiology
REVIEW LITERATURE
URBAN POPULATION
Abstract in English
The aim of this cross-sectional study was to estimate the prevalence of common mental disorders (CMD) and problem drinking (PD), as well as health services use in an unselected populational sample. Subjects over 16 years were included and aspects related to socio-demographic characteristics, alcohol use, mental health and services use were studied. The prevalence of CMD was 21.7%, of PD 4.4%. In the two weeks preceeding the interview, 14.6% had used a health service. The results are in accordance with the literature: CMD and PD are important health problems, with implications for health services organization and formation of health professionals
 
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Publishing Date
2005-10-18
 
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