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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics at baseline of the followed participants by trial group, and the not followed participants

From: A pragmatic randomised trial of two counselling models at the Swedish national alcohol helpline

  Brief structured intervention
n = 107
Usual care n = 117 Total sample n = 224 Not followed
n = 96
Age (mean, sd)a 48.5 ± 13.9 49.7 ± 13.8 49.1 ± 13.8 45.6 ± 13.0
Sex, n (%)
 Women 31 (29.0) 29 (24.8) 60 (26.8) 36 (37.5)
 Men 76 (71.0) 88 (75.2) 164 (73.2) 60 (62.5)
Employment status, n (%)a
 Unemployed 26 (24.5) 37 (32.2) 63 (28.5) 13 (13.7)
 Employed 80 (75.5) 78 (67.8) 158 (71.5) 82 (86.3)
Education, n (%)a
 Primary 12 (11.4) 9 (7.8) 21 (9.6) 9 (9.4)
 Secondary 33 (31.4) 50 (43.5) 83 (37.7) 45 (46.9)
 Post-secondary 60 (57.1) 56 (48.7) 116 (52.7) 42 (43.8)
Living arrangement, n (%)
 Living alone (yes) 26 (24.3) 27 (23.1) 53 (23.7) 18 (18.8)
 Cohabiting with partner (yes) 70 (65.4) 76 (65.0) 146 (65.2) 70 (72.9)
 Living with children (yes) 42 (39.3) 33 (28.2) 75 (33.5) 39 (40.6)
Social support during crisis, n (%)a
 Always 3 (2.8) 7 (6.0) 10 (4.5) 9 (9.4)
 Occasionally 23 (21.7) 33 (28.4) 56 (25.2) 23 (24.0)
 Never 80 (75.5) 76 (65.5) 156 (70.3) 64 (66.7)
  1. aNumbers may not sum up to the total because of a few missing values