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Table 3 Service user characteristics, n = 278

From: Living conditions and quality of care in residential units for people with long-term mental illness in Portugal – a cross-sectional study

  Mean (SD) [range] N (%)
Age, years 50.5 (11.0) [23–83]  
Male gender   184 (66.2)
Diagnosis   
 Schizophrenia   205 (73.7)
 Affective disorders   28 (10.1)
 Intelectual disability   25 (9.0)
 Personality Disorders   5 (1.8)
 Substance use related disorders   3 (1.1)
 Other diagnoses   12 (4.3)
Standardised outcome measures   
 Autonomy (Resident Choice Scale) 57.3 (9.5) [32–87]  
 Quality of Life (Manchester Short 4.8 (0.9) [2.3–6.8]  
Assessment of Quality of Life)   
 Experiences of Care (Your Treatment and Care) 17.9 (4.6) [4–25]  
 Therapeutic Milieu (General Milieu Index) 18.5 (4.6) [5–31]  
 Social Functioning (Global Assessment of Functioning) 64.3 (15.1) [25–95]