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Table 5 Distribution in income source types by the change category in the clinical problem types from admission to discharge

From: A crisis resolution and home treatment team in Norway: a longitudinal survey study Part 3. Changes in morbidity and clinical problems from admission to discharge

Change Categories in the Clinical Types from Admission to Discharge Income Source Type
   Regular Income Sick/disability Pay Others Total
No clinical problem type at both admission & discharge N (%) 46 (46.9) 42 (42.9) 10 (10.2) 98 (100.0) (28.3)
Stress only type at both admission & discharge N (%) 9 (26.5) 22 (64.7) 3 (8.8) 34 (100.0) (9.8)
Self-harm type at both admission & discharge N (%) 5 (45.5) 6 (54.5) 0 ( − ) 11 (100.0) (3.2)
Psychosis type at both admission & discharge N (%) 5 (25.0) 12 (60.0) 3 (15.0) 20 (100.0) (5.8)
Depression type at both admission & discharge N (%) 6 (24.0) 18 (72.0) 1 (4.0) 25 (100.0) (7.2)
Single other clinical problem type at both admission & discharge N (%) 3 (33.3) 5 (55.6) 1 (11.1) 9 (100.0) (2.6)
Miscellaneous type at both admission & discharge N (%) 1 (5.9) 13 (76.5) 3 (17.6) 17 (100.0) (4.9)
Clinical problems at admission (all types) & no clinical problem type at discharge N (%) 34 (42.5) 42 (52.5) 4 (5.0) 80 (100.0) (23.1)
Various clinical problem types at admission to different clinical problem types at discharge N (%) 8 (15.4) 34 (65.4) 10 (19.2) 52 (100.0) (15.0)
Total N (%) 117 (33.8) 194 (56.1) 35 (10.1) 346 (100.0)
χ2 Results χ2 = 34.889** (df = 16; p = .004)
  1. Missing = 17; **p significant at .01.