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Table 2 Characteristics of most recent incident of physical victimization in men and women with dual diagnosis

From: Gender differences in characteristics of physical and sexual victimization in patients with dual diagnosis: a cross-sectional study

  Total (N = 93) Men (N = 59) Women (N = 34)  
Perpetrator % % % P
 Stranger 32.3 35.6 26.5 <.001 a
 (Ex)partner 20.4 8.5 41.2  
 Relative 7.5 11.9 0.0  
 Neighbor 5.4 3.4 9.1  
 Fellow patient 9.7 8.5 11.8  
 Acquaintance 24.7 32.2 11.8  
Location % % % P
 At home 39.8 37.3 44.1 .007 a
 Other’s home 7.5 6.8 8.8  
 In public 47.3 55.9 32.4  
 Clinic/daycare 5.4 0.0 14.7  
Reported to police % % % P
 Yes 16.1 8.5 29.4 .017 b
 No 83.9 91.5 70.6  
Speaking with others % % % P
 Yes 86.0 84.7 88.2 .762b
 No 14.0 15.3 11.8  
  1. aFisher-Freeman Halton test
  2. bFisher’s exact test
  3. cSignificant findings are shown in bold