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Life expectancy at birth and all-cause mortality among people with personality disorder

It is well established that serious mental illness is associated with raised mortality, yet few studies have looked at the life expectancy of people with personality disorder (PD). This study aims to examine the life expectancy and relative mortality in people with PD within secondary mental health... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Psychosomatic Research August 2012, Vol.73(2), pp.104-107
Main Author: Fok, Marcella Lei-Yee
Other Authors: Hayes, Richard D , Chang, Chin-Kuo , Stewart, Robert , Callard, Felicity J , Moran, Paul
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ID: ISSN: 0022-3999 ; E-ISSN: 1879-1360 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.jpsychores.2012.05.001
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title: Life expectancy at birth and all-cause mortality among people with personality disorder
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  • Mental Health Services
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description: It is well established that serious mental illness is associated with raised mortality, yet few studies have looked at the life expectancy of people with personality disorder (PD). This study aims to examine the life expectancy and relative mortality in people with PD within secondary mental health care. We set out to examine this using a large psychiatric case register in southeast London, UK. Mortality was obtained through national mortality tracing procedures. In a cohort of patients with a primary diagnosis of PD (n=1836), standardised mortality ratios (SMRs) and life expectancies at birth were calculated, using general population mortality statistics as the comparator. Life expectancy at birth was 63.3years for women and 59.1years for men with PD—18.7years and 17.7years shorter than females and males respectively in the general population in England and Wales. The SMR was 4.2 (95% CI: 3.03–5.64) overall; 5.0 (95% CI: 3.15–7.45) for females...
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It is well established that serious mental illness is associated with raised mortality, yet few studies have looked at the life expectancy of people with personality disorder (PD). This study aims to examine the life expectancy and relative mortality in people with PD within secondary mental health care.

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