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References

CONSULTING

Smetanin, P., Stiff, D., Briante, C., Adair, C., Ahmad, S., & Khan, M. (2011). The life and economic impact of major mental illnesses in Canada: 2011 to 2041. RiskAnalytica, on behalf of the Mental Health Commission of Canada.

INSOMNIA

Morin CM, Hauri PJ, Espie CA, Spielman AJ, Buysse DJ, Bootzin RR. Nonpharmacologic treatment of chronic insomnia. An American Academy of Sleep Medicine Review. SLEEP 1999;22(8):1134-56.

 

Morin CM, Bootzin RR, Buysse DJ, Edinger JD, Espie CA, Lichstein KL. Psychological and behavioral treatment of insomnia: update of the recent evidence (1998-2004). SLEEP 2006;29:1398-414.

 

Morin CM, Benca R. Chronic insomnia. Lancet 2012;379(9821):1129-41

STATISTICS

1.Mental health problems and illnesses typically account for approximately 30 per cent of short- and long-term disability claims. Source: Sairanen, S., Matzanke, D., & Smeall, D. (2011). The business case: Collaborating to help employees maintain their mental well-being. Healthcare Papers, 11, 78–84. – See more >

 

2. Mental health problems and illnesses are rated one of the top three drivers of both short- and long-term disability claims by more than 80 per cent of Canadian employers. Source: Sairanen, S., Matzanke, D., & Smeall, D. (2011). The business case: Collaborating to help employees maintain their mental well-being. Healthcare Papers, 11, 78–84. – See more >

 

3. Mental health problems and illnesses also account for more than $6 billion in lost productivity costs due to absenteeism and preseenteeism. Source: Smetanin, P., Stiff, D., Briante, C., Adair, C., Ahmad, S., & Khan, M. (2011). The life and economic impact of major mental illnesses in Canada: 2011 to 2041. RiskAnalytica, on behalf of the Mental Health Commission of Canada. – See more >

 

4. The Business and Economic Roundtable on Mental Health has evaluated the impact of depressive disorders on business productivity. It estimates that economic costs of mental illness are the equivalent of 14% of corporate Canada’s net operating profits. Source >

 

5. Annual losses to the Canadian economy due to mental illness
in the workplace: $33 billion. Source >