The Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Survey is designed to give you a snapshot into your mental wellbeing

How does it work?

The Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing survey is used nationally to monitor mental wellbeing. It allows you to see where you score and it can be done at regular intervals so you can keep track of your score. This isn’t a mental health diagnostic tool and clinical treatment can’t be given on the basis of your score alone.

What do I need to do?

Simpy start the survey (it only takes 3 minutes!) and once you have your score you see the interpretations below. All results are anonymous.

Results

0-32 points

Your wellbeing score is very low. 

Most people have a score between 41-59. You may want to begin by talking to a friend or GP about how you can start to address this. 

32-40 points

Your wellbeing score is below average.

Most people have a score between 41-59. You can take action to improve your mental wellbeing by talking to a friend or GP to see what you can do to improve your score. 

40-59 points

Your wellbeing score is average.

Most people have a score between 41-59. You can still improve your mental wellbeing by getting active and connecting with others.

59-70

Good news! Your wellbeing score is above average.

Most people have a score between 41-59. Continue doing the thing that are keeping you happy. 

All our doctors have extensive training in mental health issues and can offer advice, treatment and onward referrals to a specialist if that is required. 

Your appointment is completely confidential. 

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