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    Copyright © 2011, The Health and Social Care Information Centre. All Rights Reserved. 1  Attitudes to Mental Illness -2011 survey report    2 Copyright © 2011, The Health and Social Care Information Centre. All Rights Reserved.  Acknowledgements This document was published by the NHS Information Centre. The data collection and analysis were carried out by TNS-BMRB and the commentary was written by Gillian Prior (Director, TNS-BMRB).    Copyright © 2011, The Health and Social Care Information Centre. All Rights Reserved. 3 The NHS Information Centre is England’s central, authoritative source of health and social care information.  Acting as a ‘hub’ for high quality, national, comparative data, we deliver information for local decision makers, to improve the quality and efficiency of care. www.ic.nhs.uk  Author: The NHS Information Centre, Mental Health and Community Responsible Statistician: Phil Cooke, Section Head  Version: 1 Date of Publication: 8 June 2011      4 Copyright © 2011, The Health and Social Care Information Centre. All Rights Reserved. Contents Contents 4   Executive Summary 5   Introduction 6    Attitudes to mental illness 8   Grouping the statements 8   Fear and exclusion of people with mental illness 8   Understanding and tolerance of mental illness 11   Integrating people with mental illness into the community 14   Causes of mental illness and the need for special services 18   Ways of describing someone who is mentally ill and types of mental illness 21    Attitudes to people with mental health problems 23   Personal experience of mental illness 26   Relationships with people with mental health problems 26   Friends and family who have had mental illness 27   Percentage of people who might have a mental health problem 28   Consulting a GP about a mental health problem 28   Talking to friends and family about mental health 28   Talking to an employer about mental health 28   Mental health-related stigma and discrimination 29   List of supporting data tables 31  
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