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Table 1 Which information do health personnel record in the EPJ based on the family assessment conversations?

From: Family assessment conversations as a tool to support families affected by parental mental illness: a retrospective review of electronic patient journals

  Number of family assessment forms (n = 159) Number of patients (n = 122)
Gender
 Female 78 (49%) 56 (45%)
 Male 81 (51%) 66 (55%)
Age
 20–30 14 (9%) 14 (12%)
 30–40 67 (42%) 49 (40%)
 40–50 65 (41%) 49 (40%)
 50–60 13 (8%) 10 (8%)
Year admitted
 Admitted 2010 Missing data Missing data
 Admitted 2012 46 (29%) 39 (32%)
 Admitted 2014 113 (71%) 83 (68%)
EPJ
 Registered with children 98 (62%) 69 (57%)
 Registered without children 7 (4%) 7 (6%)
 Not registered 54 (34%) 46 (38%)
Family assessments
 Assessed 2010 Missing data Missing data
 Assessed 2011 11 (7%) 9 (7%)
 Assessed 2012 37 (23%) 37 (25%)
 Assessed 2013 21 (13%) 20 (13%)
 Assessed 2014 65 (41%) 58 (38%)
 Assessed 2015 25 (16%) 25 (17%)
Contact
 Lives with child 68 (43%) 56 (43%)
 Does not live with child 91 (57%) 74 (56%)
Children
 Number of children 197 161
 Age of children Missing data Missing data