Netta E Mäki

Netta E Mäki
Urban Research and Statistics, City of Helsinki

PhD

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Background Several studies have found that the loss of a child is associated with psychiatric health problems, yet few studies examined whether child loss influences psychotropic medication use. This study examined short- and long-term use of psychotropic medication, both before and after the death of a child, and its potential effect modifiers. M...
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Distribution of the covariates adjusted for n the models by whether parent lost a child or not. Mothers and fathers combined. (DOCX)
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Structure of the data by period, one year study cohorts, and year. (TIFF)
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Background The unemployed more often suffer from depression than the employed. We examined whether mental health deterioration occurs already before unemployment implicating health selection, or whether it mostly occurs after becoming exposed to the experience rendering causal explanations more likely. Methods We used nationally representative Fin...
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Trajectories of antidepressant medication before and since the onset of unemployment by gender. Estimated mean DDD/year among (A) men and (B) women with (a) continuous long-term unemployment, (b) intermittent unemployment, as well as (c) the employed reference group. Adjusted for age, education, living arrangements, and calendar year. Three-way int...
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Trajectories of antidepressant medication before and since the onset of unemployment using a dichotomous outcome measure. Estimated percentage of any purchases of antidepressant medication per year among those with (a) continuous long-term unemployment, (b) intermittent unemployment, (c) re-employment in the second (d) third or (e) fourth year sinc...
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Trajectories of antidepressant medication before and since the onset of unemployment excluding those who were censored after the onset of unemployment. Estimated mean DDD/year among those with (a) continuous long-term unemployment, (b) intermittent unemployment, (c) re-employment in the second (d) third or (e) fourth year since the year of onset, a...
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Background Several studies have shown that individuals with a history of suicide attempt form a high-risk mortality group. Completed suicide is the main cause of death among them, but excess mortality for other causes of death is much less studied. Furthermore, little is known whether living with others modifies the excess risk of mortality among s...
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This study analyses occupational class inequalities in all-cause mortality and four specific causes of death among men, in Europe in the early 2000s, and is the most extensive comparative analysis of occupational class inequalities in mortality in Europe so far. Longitudinal data, obtained from population censuses and mortality registries in 14 Eur...
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This study assesses the effects of obesity, physical inactivity and smoking on life expectancy (LE) differences between educational groups in five European countries in the early 2000s. We estimate the contribution of risk factors on LE differences between educational groups using the observed risk factor distributions and under a hypothetically mo...
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Suicide mortality is high among the unemployed, but the role of causation and selection models in producing employment status differences remains to be understood. This study analyses the association between unemployment and suicide during different levels of national unemployment adjusting for several factors that might explain or mediate the rela...
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This study was to analyse the effects and interrelationships of three socioeconomic indicators--education, occupation-based social class and income--on non-alcohol and alcohol-associated suicide mortality among women in Finland. The register data used comprised the 1990 census records linked to the death register for the years 1991-2001 for women w...
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This study aimed to analyse the effects of different socioeconomic indicators on non-alcohol-associated and alcohol-associated suicide in Finland. The data used comprised the 1990 census records for men who were 25-64-years old linked to the death register for 1991-2001. Poisson regression was used to calculate the adjusted relative mortality rates...
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Experience of workplace downsizing (ie reduction in personnel) is common and may constitute a threat to public health in working populations. This study aimed to determine whether downsizing was associated with increased mortality among those remaining in the downsized workplaces. Prospective population registration data containing detailed socioec...
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Unemployment is strongly associated with mortality on the individual level. The reasons for this association are not fully established. The authors estimated the effects of unemployment and workplace downsizing on mortality during periods of low (1989) and high (1994) unemployment in Finland. They used prospective population registration data conta...
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Suicide is a common cause of death in many Western countries and it has been predicted to become even more common worldwide. The authors analysed socioeconomic differences and trends in Finnish suicide mortality, and assessed the relevance to public health by calculating socioeconomic differences in years of life expectancy lost attributable to sui...
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The aim of this study is to analyse how area characteristics affect suicide mortality and to assess whether the effects of individual socio-economic characteristics vary in socio-economically different areas. Data come from the 1990 census records of 15–99-year-old Finns linked to death records in 1991–2001 including 13,589 suicides. Area character...
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Endast avhandlingens sammandrag. Pappersexemplaret av hela avhandlingen finns för läsesalsbruk i Statsvetenskapliga biblioteket (Unionsgatan 35). Dessa avhandlingar fjärrutlånas endast som microfiche. Abstract only. The paper copy of the whole thesis is available for reading room use at the Library of Social Sciences (Unioninkatu 35) . Microfiche c...
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In Finland, the suicide mortality trend has been decreasing during the last decade and a half, yet suicide was the fourth most common cause of death among both Finnish men and women aged 15 64 years in 2006. However, suicide does not occur equally among population sub-groups. Two notable social factors that position people at different risk of suic...

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