By Akira Miura
This e-book is for these studying the japanese language it truly is an Intermediate point publication.
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Since we used a stratified sample for our research purpose, in which the diagnosis of schizophrenia was a factor, this will also account for certain differences in the sex and age distribution in the two samples. As shown in Table 14, the Blackpool sample contained many more schizophrenics than did the Burnley sample. Since most of these were young males, the Blackpool sample as a whole contained a higher proportion of male patients (4g%), w h ereas in Burnley the figure was 36%. It will be seen that there was also a difference in the age-composition.
Much of the future analysis, therefore, will have to confine itself to this purpose alone, having to forgo the otherwise desirable procedure of placing these findings in the context of the catchment area population as a whole. We did, however, relate certain of our findings to the population of the catchment area, wherever this was possible. 42 TABLE 5 Age-groups by sex of research sample BIackpwl Age in Years -15-59 co-4 Bumlev Both Units THE INVESTIGATION So far we have adduced the difference in sex and age distribution in the research samples mainly to differences in actual clinic usage.
This is not to preclude regional experiments for the development of special units to investigate the treatment of schizophrenia, for example, or psychopathic states, as aids to the more general type of unit. In rural areas with scattered populations one general hospital psychiatric unit may have to be complemented by smaller day hospital units with perhaps a few emergency beds. 4 beds per 1,000 persons. There must also be adequate geriatric services and social services in the hospital and the community, with realistic co-operation among the personalities involved in their management and daily functioning.