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Table 2 Descriptive statistics of CWSv2 by participant demographics. Note: CR = care recipient; * = confidence intervals do not cross zero; M = mean CWSv2 separated by group; SD = standard deviation around the mean of the CWSv2 score separated by group

From: Demographic predictors of wellbeing in Carers of people with psychosis: secondary analysis of trial data

 n(%)MSDHedge’s g (95% CI)
Age165  .42 (.09, .75)*
 Under 50 years old54 (32.73)2.151.01 
 Aged 50 or over111 (67.27)2.510.78 
Gender165  .52 (.14, .91)*
 Male34 (20.61)2.750.72 
 Female131 (79.39)2.300.89 
Ethnicity165  .20 (−.38, .79)
 White British153 (92.73)2.400.87 
 Ethnic Minorities12 (7.27)2.221.01 
Employment Status164  .17 (−.14, .48)
 Currently employed79 (48.17)2.310.89 
 Not in employment85 (51.83)2.460.87 
Educational Attainment165  .03 (−.27, .34)
 Higher Education70 (42.42)2.410.81 
 No Higher Education95 (57.58)2.380.93 
Relationship to CR165  .32 (−.06, .70)
 Parent to the CR132 (80.00)2.330.90 
 Other relationship to CR33 (20.00)2.610.75 
Care recipient Diagnosis141  .05 (−.34, .43)
 Schizophrenia Spectrum107 (75.89)2.400.83 
 Other Psychosis Diagnosis34 (24.11)2.440.99 
Living Situation165  .03 (−.35, .28)
 Living with CR103 (62.42)2.400.87 
 Living without CR62 (37.58)2.370.89 
Relationship Status144  .34 (−.004, .68)
 In a relationship90 (62.50)2.520.74 
 Single54 (37.50)2.240.97