The measurement of ‘social disablement’

The MRC social behaviour and social role performance schedules
  • J. K. Wing
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Summary

During the past 40 years a series of instruments has been developed in the MRC Social Psychiatry Unit to measure various components of social disablement. Their conceptual basis is discussed and a brief description is provided of those that are still in use or often quoted. A bibliography is also appended.

Keywords

Public Health Conceptual Basis Social Disablement Social Psychiatry Psychiatry Unit 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. K. Wing
    • 1
  1. 1.MRC Social Psychiatry UnitInstitute of PsychiatryLondonUK

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