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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Clinical outcomes and costs for people with complex psychosis; a naturalistic prospective cohort study of mental health rehabilitation service users in England

  N = 362
  n or mean % or (SD)
Socio demographics and diagnosis   
 Male 235 65
 Age 39 (13)
 White 324 90
 Schizophrenia 238 68
 Schizoaffective disorder 36 10
 Bipolar disorder 26 7
 Other 49 14
Contact with mental health services   
 Time since first contact (years) median (IQR) 12 (6, 20)
 Previous admissions median (IQR) 4 (2, 7)
 Previous involuntary admissions median (IQR) 2 (0, 4)
 Length of current admission (months) median (IQR) 18 (9, 38)
 Length of current admission in rehabilitation unit (months) median (IQR) 7 (3, 15)
 Current admission involuntary 250 71
 Currently detained involuntary 174 49
 Previous admission to special hospital (ever) 9 3
 Previous admission medium secure unit (ever) 30 9
 Previous admission low secure unit (ever) 70 20
 Currently detained on forensic section 32 9
  Of whom - Section 37 18 56
  Of whom - Section 37/41 14 44
Risk history   
 Assault on others more than 2 years ago 96 28
 Assault on others within the last 2 years 68 20
 Serious assault more than 2 years ago 20 (4 homicides) 5
 Serious assault in last 2 years 4 1
 Sexual offence more than 2 years ago 17 5
 Sexual offence in the last 2 years 3 1
 History of fire setting more than 2 years ago 15 4
 History of fire setting in the last 2 years 10 3
 Overdose or self-harm more than 2 years ago 83 24
 Overdose or self-harm in the last 2 years 58 17
 Recurrent self-harm in the last 2 years 21 6
 Self-neglect in the last 2 years 220 65
Function   
 Mean Global Assessment of Functioning rating 53 (8)
 Mean Life Skills Profile rating 128 (15)
 Mean Time Use Diary (activity) rating 49 (11)
Challenging behaviours   
 Special Problems Rating Scale median (IQR) 0 (0, 2)
 Problematic alcohol use 24 7
 Problematic substance misuse 15 4
  1. mean used when data Normally distributed, median when skewed