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Table 4 Clinical detection of depression and of alcohol use disorder among adult outpatients in PRIME implementation clinics 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 = 1893) Midline (3 months) (n = 2050) Endline (6 months) (n = 1892)
Depression
 Screen positive, n (%) 80/1893 (4.2) 158/2050 (7.7) 111/1892 (5.9)
 Exit data available, n (%) 48/80 (60.0) 149/158 (94.3) 103/111 (92.8)
 Detected, n (%) 2/48 (4.2) 19/149 (12.7) 5/103 (4.8)
 Change vs baseline, % (95% CI)a   + 8.6 (0.8, 16.4) + 0.6 (− 6.3, 7.7)
 P-valuea   0.031 0.848
Alcohol use disorder
 Screen positive, n (%) 23/1893 (1.2) 38/2050 (1.8) 48/1892 (2.5)
 Exit data available, n (%) 18/23 (78.3) 32/38 (84.2) 38/48 (79.2)
 Detected, n (%) 0/18 (0.0) 4/32 (12.5) 2/38 (5.3)
 Detected, % (95% CI)b   12.5 (0.7, 24.3) 5.3 (− 0.2, 12.6)
 P-valueb   0.038 0.155
  1. aCalculated with binomial regression
  2. bCalculated with one-sample test of proportion vs. 0.0