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Table 2 Demographic and clinical characteristics of 680 clients who entered treatment

From: Outcomes of telephone-delivered low-intensity cognitive behaviour therapy (LiCBT) to community dwelling Australians with a recent hospital admission due to depression or anxiety: MindStep™

  Completers
(N = 427)
Non-completers
(N = 253)
Demographic Characteristics % (N) % (N)
 Gender
N = 680
Male 59.5 (110) 40.5 (75)
Female 64.0 (317) 36.0 (178)
 Marital status
N = 442
Married/DeFacto 70.3 (163) 29.7 (69)
Never married 70.9 (139) 29.1 (57)
Divorced/Widowed 78.6(11) 21.4(3)
 Employment status
N = 575
Employed 61.8 (136) 38.2 (84)
Unemployed 68.8 (159) 31.2 (72)
Not stated 67.7 (84) 32.3 (40)
 State
N = 680
Queensland 62.5 (80) 37.5 (48)
Victoria 62.7 (168) 37.3 (100)
Western Australia 66.7 (20) 33.3 (10)
New South Wales 61.8 (136) 38.2 (84)
South Australia 70.0 (14) 30.0 (6)
Northern Territory 100.0 (3) 0.0 (0)
Australian Capital Territory 100.0 (1) 0.0 (0)
Tasmania 50.0 (5) 50.0 (5)
  Mean (standard deviation)
 Age at referral
N = 680
  55.5 (15.6) 52.1 (16.3)
SES (Decilea)
N = 680
  6.52 (2.9) 6.47 (2.8)
Clinical Characteristics % (N) % (N)
 ICD-10
N = 493
Major depressive disorder 61.3 (100) 38.7 (63)
Recurrent episodes of major depression 53.3 (32) 46.7 (28)
Anxiety disorder 70.2 (66) 29.8 (28)
Unspecified mental disorder 49.3 (71) 50.7 (73)
Others (F34/F38/F40/F43/F45) 56.2 (18) 43.8 (14)
 PHQ-9 Symptom Severity N = 675 No symptom (0–4) 71.4 (60) 28.6 (24)
Mild symptom (5–9) 73.6 (120) 26.4 (43)
Moderate symptom (10–14) 63.5 (115) 36.5 (66)
Moderately severe (15–19) 54.0 (87) 46.0 (74)
Severe (20–27) 52.3 (45) 47.7 (41)
 GAD-7 Symptom Severity N = 670 None (0–4) 72.4 (89) 27.6 (34)
Mild anxiety (5–10) 65.4 (157) 34.6 (83)
Moderate anxiety (11–15) 60.7 (116) 39.3 (75)
Severe anxiety (16–21) 56.0 (65) 44.0 (51)
  1. aSES (Decile): Socio-economic status based on 2016 census data from Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), regions (post code) are given an Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage and Disadvantaged (IRSAD) score and assigned to a decile – with 10 representing the most advantaged region, one the most disadvantaged