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Table 1 Profiles of people with mental health problems

From: A qualitative study on the stigma experienced by people with mental health problems and epilepsy in the Philippines

  n N = 39
(%)
Sex
 Male 26 (66.7)
 Female 13 (33.3)
Age range
 0–19 years 11 (28.2)
 20–39 years 18 (46.2)
 40–59 years 8 (20.5)
 60–69 years 2 (5.1)
Highest educational attainment
 No formal education 4 (10.3)
 Primary school or lower 16 (41.0)
 High school or higher 17 (43.6)
 Still in full-time education 2 (5.1)
Employment status
 Out of worka 34 (87.2)
 Employed for wages 4 (10.3)
 Self-employed 1 (2.6)
Marital status
 Singleb 32 (82.1)
 Married/ Domestic partnership 5 (12.8)
 Widowed/ Separated 2 (5.1)
Religion
 Roman Catholic 28 (71.8)
 Iglesia ni Cristo 3 (7.7)
 Protestant 3 (7.7)
 Islam 1 (2.6)
 Other Christian 4 (10.3)
Classification of mental health problems
 Neurodevelopmental 13 (33.3)
 Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic 10 (25.6)
 Substance-related and Addictive 8 (20.5)
 Epilepsy 2 (5.1)
 Anxiety 2 (5.1)
 Trauma and Stressor-related 1 (2.6)
 Depressive 1 (2.6)
 Sleep -Wake 1 (2.6)
 Data deficient 1 (2.6)
Lifetime mental health or welfare service use
 Yes 26 (66.7)
 No 13 (33.3)
Current mental health or welfare service use
 Yes 12 (30.8)
 No 27 (69.2)
  1. aChildren under 15 years old, the legal working age, (n = 3) are included
  2. bChildren under 18 years old, the legal marriage age, (n = 8) are included