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Table 2 Primary Care Provider, Patient, and Staff Demographics

From: Mixed method evaluation of Relational Team Development (RELATED) to improve team-based care for complex patients with mental illness in primary care

  Providers (N=18) Patients (N=58)a Staff (N=20)
Clinics N (%)
 Clinic 1 10 (56) 34 (59) 9 (45)
 Clinic 2 8 (44) 24 (41) 11 (55)
Gender N (%)
 Female 12 (67) 43 (74) 18 (90)
 Male 6 (33) 14 (24) 2 (10)
 Unknown/Missing 0 1 (2) 0
Age M (SD) 39 (7) 45 (14) 36 (10)
Race N (%)
 African-American/Black 1 (6) 3 (5) 0
 American Indian/Alaskan Native 1 (6) 4 (7) 0
 Asian (includes Southeast Asian, Indian) 3 (17) 0 2 (10)
 Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian 0 1 (2) 1 (5)
 Caucasian/White 11 (61) 28 (48) 12 (60)
 Multiple races 0 1 (2) 0
 Other 1 (6) 8 (14) 4 (20)
 Unknown/Missing 1 (6) 13 (22) 1 (5)
Ethnicity N (%)
 Hispanic 2 (11) 26 (45) 8 (40)
 Non-Hispanic 16 (89) 27 (46) 12 (60)
 Unknown/Missing 0 5 (9) 0
Professional Background N (%)
 Nurse Practitioner 4 (22)   
 Physician 12 (67)
 Physician Assistant 2 (11)
Medical Specialty N (%)
 Family Medicine 7 (39)   
 Medicine-Pediatrics 1 (6)
 Internal Medicine 10 (56)
Years since completing residency N (%)
 Missing 3 (17)   
 10 – 19 4 (22)
 5-9 4 (22)
 < 5 7 (39)
Diagnoses M (SD)
 Number of Total Medical Diagnoses   4.7 (3.9)  
 Number of Mental Illness   1.5 (0.7)  
  1. N Number, SD Standard Deviation, M Mean
  2. aPatients in the PCAT were recruited from those shadowed in the Coaching component. Two were recruited in Clinic 1 and one in clinic 2. One patient from Clinic 1 participated in focus group. No patients from Clinic 2 completed PCAT or focus group