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Table 3 Contact with a health care provider for adults with probable depression or alcohol use disorder in 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

  Baseline (n = 1290) Endline (n = 3481) Contact difference (95% CI)a P-valuea
Depression
 Probable case (%) 325/1290 (25.4) 452/3481 (12.9)   
 Contact with primary care provider 48/325 (16.5) 94/452 (19.4) + 4.1 (− 1.8, 10.1)c 0.173c
 Contact with any health provider 67/325 (23.1) 101/452 (20.9) − 0.1 (− 8.5, 6.8)c 0.825c
Alcohol use disorder
 Probable case (%) 25/1290 (2.3) 63/3481 (1.8)   
 Contact with primary care provider 0/25 (0.0) 1/63 (1.3) + 1.3 (− 1.3, 3.9)b 0.317b
 Contact with any health provider 1/25 (2.7) 6/62 (9.5) + 6.8 (− 1.7, 15.4) 0.117
  1. Counts are reported as observed, while proportions, differences, 95% CI and P-values are design-adjusted for the population-based survey design
  2. aEstimated with univariable binomial regression, unless otherwise indicated
  3. bEstimated with one-sample test of proportion vs. H0 value of 0%
  4. cAdjusted for age, sex and PHQ9 score