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ID:1447
Title:Perceived and anticipated discrimination in people with mental illness—An interview study
URL:http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/08039488.2013.775339
Description:Public stigma and self-stigma have been reported to have a number of negative consequences for people with mental illness. Discrimination is part of this complex situation and this study showed that this largely affects a number of individual life areas posing an obstacle for social integration. Anticipated discrimination or self-stigma was also prevalent and it is pointed out that this to a great extent is an obstacle on its own without being promoted by actual experiences of discrimination.
Category:World Suicide Prevention Day: 2013-2016: 2013: Stigma, Mental Health and Suicide Prevention