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Do you have personal experience of mental health problems or mental distress? Yes c No c (if you have answered No please go to Q 13) 2. ………………………………………………………………………………………… 3. Are you currently in employment? (please tick one box only) Yes, full-time paid employment c Yes, part-time paid employment Yes - voluntary work c Yes - Self-employed No - student c No Other:…………………………………………… c c c (If you answered Yes to the above question go to Q 4; if you answered No, go to Q 10) CURRENT EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE 4.
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