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Table 5 Relationships between baseline client characteristics and receipt of ongoing treatment by PAS (N =1747)

From: Ten-year audit of clients presenting to a specialised service for young people experiencing or at increased risk for psychosis

Baseline characteristic % Receiving ongoing PAS treatment Unadjusted Odds Ratio (OR) 99% CI Adjusted Odds Ratio (AOR) 99% CI
Gender: Male 23.2 (vs. 23.0) 0.98 (0.73, 1.32) 0.89 (0.64, 1.26)
Age: Less than 18 years 26.1 (vs. 19.5) 1.45** (1.07, 1.96) 1.05 (0.59, 1.87)
Diagnostic group      
Existing psychosis 25.6 2.46** (1.59, 3.81) 3.40** (2.11, 5.48)
Recent psychosis 33.4 3.58** (2.44, 5.25) 5.80** (3.75, 8.96)
Ultra high risk 47.6 6.50** (4.11, 10.28) 9.57** (5.66, 16.18)
Non-psychosis MH disorders 12.3 (ref) 1.00   1.00  
Comorbid condition¥      
Depression 28.5 (vs. 18.9) 1.70** (1.27, 2.28) 1.54* (1.07, 2.22)
Anxiety 33.7 (vs. 19.6) 2.09** (1.52, 2.86) 1.62* (1.09, 2.39)
Substance misuse 17.3 (vs. 25.2) 0.61** (0.43, 0.88) 0.53** (0.33, 0.84)
Personality disorder 23.5 (vs. 23.1) 1.02 (0.69, 1.50) 0.87 (0.54, 1.39)
Other MH problems^ 28.1 (vs. 12.8) 2.67** (1.85, 3.84) 1.59* (1.00, 2.54)
Psychosocial issues 22.1 (vs. 23.8) 0.90 (0.67, 1.22) 0.81 (0.54, 1.21)
Physical disorders 29.0 (vs. 22.2) 1.43 (0.96, 2.12) 1.20 (0.70, 2.03)
Other Non-MH problems 22.3 (vs. 23.3) 0.94 (0.62, 1.43) 0.66 (0.39, 1.11)
  1. Note: Significance tests were based on Wald statistics: *p <0.01, **p <0.001; adjusted analyses controlled for all tabled variables, plus service year block and available data windows (pre-PAS ). ¥Includes history of comorbid conditions or concurrent conditions present at the time of assessment. ^See Table 3 for further details.