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Table 2 Service use outcomes at 6-month follow-up by treatment condition

From: Mindfulness-based crisis interventions (MBCI) for psychosis within acute inpatient psychiatric settings; a feasibility randomised controlled trial

Outcome6-month follow-up12-month follow-up
 MBCI (N = 25a)SAT (N = 24)MBCI (N = 24b)SAT (N = 24)
1) Re-hospitalisation (≥1 OBDc)
 - Yes6 (24%)5 (21%)7 (29%)11 (46%)
 - No19 (76%)19 (79%)17 (71%)13 (54%)
2) Mean survival time (days)
 - Mean (SE)156 (8.9)164 (8.0)291 (23.8)278 (23.1)
 - Range41–18058–18041–36058–360
 - 95% CI139–174148–179244–337233–323
3) Total number of OBDs
 - Mean (SD)11 (26)14 (36)28 (66)33 (63)
 - Range0–830–1170–2440–212
 - 95% CI0–220–280–567–60
4) Episodes of care with crisis/home treatment team (HTT)d
 - Yes0 (0%)2 (8%)2 (8%)4 (17%)
 - No25 (100%)22 (92%)22 (92%)20 (83%)
5) No. of contacts with CMHTe
 - Mean (SD)14 (7)13 (7) 
 - Range0–323–34 
 - 95% CI10–1710–16 
6) Reference to therapy goal, which was shared with team
 - Yes21(88%)  
 - No3 (12%)  
7) Relapse
 Exacerbation in psychotic symptoms + change in clinical management
  - Yes6 (25%)7 (29%)9 (38%)14 (58%)
  - No18 (75%)17 (71%)15 (62%)10 (42%)
  1. aRe-admission data not available for 1 participant
  2. bRe-admission data not available for 2 participants
  3. cOBD Occupied bed day
  4. dStand-alone episodes of care only (i.e. not overlapping with inpatient admissions)
  5. eCMHT Community mental health team; no. of contacts excluding therapy appointments