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Table 1 Summary of participant recruitment and data collection exercises

From: Stakeholders’ perspectives on integrating the management of depression into routine HIV care in Uganda: qualitative findings from a feasibility study

Participants Number enrolled Source of data Baseline (month 0) Midline (3rd month) Endline (6th month) Exit interview (6th month)
HIV patients (PLWHA) 131 (100 females; 31 males) Serial in-depth interviews with 6 HIV patients on psychotherapy and 5 on antidepressants 11 11 8  
Exit in-depth interviews with 11 adherent (those who completed all the psychotherapy [n = 9] and antidepressant [n-2] sessions) and 6 non-adherent (those who missed ≥ 2 sessions) HIV patients. These had not been interviewed     17
Lay health workers 8 (5 females; 3 males) Serial focus group discussions (FGDs) 1 FGD 1 FGD 1 FGD  
Clinicians 4 males Serial key informant interviews 4 4 4  
Supervisors 4 (3 males; 1 female Serial key informant interviews 4 3 3  
Mental health specialists 4 Serial key informant interviews 0 0 1