Depression in the Norwegian general population
What is it about?
The study estimated the prevalence of self-diagnosed depression in a general population sample in Norway. In addition, factors associated with self-diagnosed depression were explored.
Why is it important?
Depression is common and frequently chronic, and it is associated with substantial costs for individuals as well as for society. To support best practice for depression, knowledge concerned with its prevalence and associated factors is important.
The following have contributed to this page: Professor Tore Bonsaksen