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Table 2 Demographic characteristics and clinical and continuity outcomes between patients made subject to a CTO and those who had not been made subject to CTO

From: Associations between compulsory community treatment and continuity of care in a three year follow-up of the Oxford Community Treatment Order Trial (OCTET) cohort

   CTO = 197 Non-CTO = 126
  N N
Mean
Median
%
SD
IQR
N
Mean
Median
%
SD
IQR
Mean age, years (SD) 323 39.59 11.24 39.48 11.68
Gender, male (%) 323 134 68% 84 66.8%
Ethnicity, White (%) 323 114 57.9% 82 65.1%
Mean duration of illness, years (SD) 313 14.41 10.01 14.42 11.17
Mean BPRS total score at baseline (SD) 302 38.62 10.87 38.92 12.15
Readmitted, yes (%) 323 131 66.5% 75 59.5%
Number of readmissions 323 1.63 1.83 1.17 1.55
Median number of days in hospital over 36 months[IQR] 323 116.00 34.50, 228 83.50 25.75, 300
Median number of days in hospital from 1st readmission [IQR] 323 74 0, 177.5 18.50 0, 139
Median number of days under any compulsiona [IQR] 323 605 342.50, 1088 120 38, 248
Number of days between face-to face-contacts 321 8.86 5.69, 14.11 11.25 6.53, 18.83
Number of 60-day gaps, 321     
 No gaps   117 59.7% 64 50.8%
 1–2 gap   60 30.6% 36 28.6%
 3 or more gaps   19 9.7% 26 20.6%
Number of different non-medical professional 319 5.76 0.895 5.38 0.72
Designated care coordinators 319 2.40 1.28 2.15 1.23
Designated psychiatrists 319 3.89 3.04 3.28 2.289
Discharged to supported accommodation, yes 321 47 23.9% 24 19.2%
Any referral documented, yes 314 110 55.8% 66 54.1%
Proportion of letter copied to user 323     
 0%   53 26.9% 38 30.2%
 1–50%   79 40.1% 53 42.1%
 51–100%   65 33% 35 27.8%
  1. aIncludes both inpatient and outpatient compulsion