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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of the Norwegian and Russian patients

From: Treatment needs, diagnoses and use of services for acutely admitted psychiatric patients in northwest Russia and northern Norway

Variable   Norway Russia P
Age   39.9 (s.d. 14.6) 44.1 (s.d.14.3) p = .000; 95% CI: -6.20/2.50
Sex Female 171 (48.4%) 188 (38.8%) Chi sq 7.62, p = .006
Marital status Married, cohab. 60 (17.1%) 136 (29.4%) Chi sq 76.70, p = 000
  Living alone 271 (58.9%) 136 (27.4%) Chi sq 184.85 p = .000
Children Have children < 18yrs) 86 (24.3%) 92 (19.8%) NS
  No of children .48 .27 T-test 51.56 p = .001
Housing/dwelling House/flat 221 (62.4%) 367 (79.1%) Chi sq 59.42 p = .000
Institution/care unit 56 (15.8%) 9 (1.9%)
Parents/others 43 (12.1%) 65 (13.3%)
Homeless 17 (3.5%) 17 (3.4%)
Other 33 (6.7%) 13 (2.5%)
Income Paid work 30 (8.5%) 115 (24.8%)  
  Disability pension 160 (45.2%) 142 (30.6%)  
  Other social security 93 (26.3%) 4 (.9%) Chi sq 215.08, p = .000
  Old age pension 22 (6.2%) 59 (12.7%)  
  Other 46 (13.0%) 61 (13.1%)  
  1. T-tests, chi square. N= 841.