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Table 3 Difference in depression scores, suicidal ideation and FSES scores at 6-month follow-up compared to baseline

From: Preventing male suicide through a psychosocial intervention that provides psychological support and tackles financial difficulties: a mixed method evaluation

Outcome Low (n = 16) Moderate/high (n = 64) Overall (n = 80)
mean/% difference (95% CI) % change mean/% difference (95% CI) % change mean/% difference (95% CI) % change
PHQ-9 score −11.3 (−14.3 to −8.4) 54% −9.6 (−11.6 to −7.6) 48% −10.0 (−11.7 to −8.3) 49%
Suicide ideation −56.3% (−80.6% to −31.9%) 56% −51.6% (−64.8% to −38.4%) 54% −52.5% (−64.1% to −40.9%) 55%
FSES scorea 4.1 (1.7 to 6.6) 35% 2.6 (1.3 to 3.8) 24% 2.9 (1.8 to 3.9) 26%
  1. aFSES score was missing for 6 service users (3 low-intensity service users and 3 moderate/high-intensity service users)