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Table 1 Demographics and medication

From: Utility of the PHQ-9 to identify major depressive disorder in adult patients in Spanish primary care centres

  Total sample of PHQ respondents (n = 260) Subsample of PHQ and SCID-I respondents (n = 178)
  n % n %
Primary Care Centre
 Albacete 39 15.0 21 11.8
 Mallorca 33 12.7 30 16.9
 Valencia 155 59.6 122 68.5
 Vizcaya 33 12.7 5 2.8
Sex
 Female 186 71.5 125 70.2
 Male 74 28.5 53 29.8
Marital status     
 Married 130 50.0 86 48.3
 Divorced 28 10.8 21 11.8
 Widowed 5 1.9 3 1.7
 Separated 19 7.3 14 7.9
 Never married 48 18.5 29 16.3
 Unmarried 30 11.5 25 14.0
Level of education
 No schooling 7 2.7 4 2.2
 Basic education 94 36.2 71 39.9
 Secondary education 40 15.4 27 15.2
 High School 64 24.6 46 25.8
 Bachelor 47 18.1 27 15.2
 Master/doctorate 8 3.1 3 1.7
Employment situation     
 Part-time employee 28 10.8 18 10.1
 Employed full time 85 32.7 58 32.6
 Unemployed, in search of work 77 29.6 52 29.2
 Unemployed, not looking for work 36 13.8 27 15.2
 Temporary low labor 14 5.4 11 6.2
 Permanent low labor 4 1.5 2 1.1
 Retired 16 6.2 10 5.6
Income level
 Less than 12,000 119 45.8 87 48.9
 12,000 to 24,000 112 43.1 79 44.4
 Between 24,000 and 36,000 20 7.7 10 5.6
 More than 36,000 9 3.5 2 1.1
Hypnotics
 No 147 56.5 100 56.2
 Yes 113 43.5 78 43.8
Anxiolytics/tranquilizers
 No 175 67.3 119 66.9
 Yes 85 32.7 59 33.1
Anti-depressants
 No 194 74.6 126 70.8
 Yes 66 25.4 52 29.2