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Table 2 Demographic and mental health characteristics of Community Study, Facility Study and Treatment Cohort participants in PRIME evaluations, Kamuli District, Uganda, 2013–2017

From: Evaluation of the impacts of a district-level mental health care plan on contact coverage, detection and individual outcomes in rural Uganda: a mixed methods approach

Characteristic Community studya Facility study Treatment cohort studies
Level Baseline (n = 1290) Endline (n = 3481) Baseline (n = 1893) Midline (n = 2049) Endline (n = 1891) Depression (n = 64) Psychosis (n = 51) Epilepsy (n = 117)
Age (years), %
 16–30 494 (38.2) 1190 (32.7) 1035 (54.7) 678 (35.8) 180 (9.5) 18 (28.1) 26 (51.0) 83 (70.9)
 31–49 555 (44.2) 1424 (42.3) 991 (48.4) 799 (39.0) 259 (12.6) 34 (53.1) 23 (45.1) 31 (26.5)
 ≥ 50 240 (17.6) 867 (25.0) 862 (45.6) 732 (38.7) 297 (15.7) 12 (18.8) 2 (3.9) 3 (2.6)
Female sex, % 867 (66.4) 2668 (74.7) 1500 (79.2) 1618 (78.9) 1541 (81.4) 48 (75.0) 23 (45.1) 56 (47.9)
Marital status
 No partner       24 (37.5) 36 (70.6) 103 (88.0)
 Has a partner       40 (62.5) 15 (29.4) 14 (12.0)
Highest educationb, %
 Less than primary 239 (16.9) 663 (18.2) 174 (9.2) 348 (17.0) 843 (44.6) 15 (23.4) 1 (2.0) 45 (24.9)
 Primary 685 (52.6) 1960 (55.8) 1113 (58.8) 1177 (57.4) 648 (34.2)
 Secondary 322 (26.7) 759 (23.0) 485 (25.6) 473 (23.1) 362 (19.1) 36 (56.3) 21 (41.2) 115 (63.5)
 Tertiary 44 (3.7) 99 (3.0) 121 (6.4) 52 (2.5) 39 (2.1) 13 (20.3) 29 (56.9) 21 (11.6)
PHQ-9 score 3.9 (2.4) 2.2 (3.5) 3.0 (2.9) 3.6 (3.5) 3.3 (3.3) 16.3 (4.6) 9.5 (6.5) 7.6 (5.6)
PHQ9 positive, % 85 (6.7) 302 (8.6) 80 (4.2) 158 (7.7) 111 (5.9) 61 (95.3) 23 (45.1) 46 (39.3)
Recent depression, % 316 (24.9) 380 (10.7) 159 (8.4)   314 (16.6)    
AUDIT score 0.6 (1.6) 0.6 (2.7) 0.6 (1.8) 0.5 (1.9) 0.6 (2.5)    
AUDIT positive, % 25 (2.3) 63 (1.8) 23 (1.2) 38 (1.8) 48 (2.5)    
Number of seizures in past 30 days (median, IQR)         3 (1–5)
  1. Mean (SD) for continuous variable, count (%) for categorical variables
  2. aCounts are reported as observed, while proportions, 95% CI and P-values are design-adjusted for the population-based survey design
  3. bIn the cohort study, response options ‘Uneducated’ and ‘Non formal’ were combined into ‘Less than primary school’