National Statistics

Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey: Mental Health and Wellbeing, England, 2014

The survey includes information on wellbeing, disability, physical health, pain, lifestyle behaviours, work and stress, life events and many others.

Documents

Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey: Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing, England, 2014

APMS 2014: Full Report

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The National Study of Health and Wellbeing (also known as Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey) runs every 7 years. Since 1993, it has been finding out how the everyday stresses, strains and joys affect the health of people living in England.

During 2014, the research team interviewed around 7,500 adults aged 16 and over from across England. The purpose of which is to help inform and improve local and national planning for health and support services

The survey includes information on wellbeing, disability, physical health, pain, lifestyle behaviours, work and stress, life events and many others.

Published 29 September 2016