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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of participants in PRIME implementation clinics, Matlosana sub-district, Northwest Province, South Africa, 2014 & 2015

From: Evaluation of a collaborative care model for integrated primary care of common mental disorders comorbid with chronic conditions in South Africa

  Pre-implementation (n = 1310) Post-implementation (n = 1246) p
Age, years (SD) 46.9 (13.3) 46.2 (13.5) 0.18
Female (%) 983 (75.0) 967 (77.6) 0.14
Marital status (%) 0.20
 Single 405 (30.9) 358 (28.7)  
 Partnered 619 (47.2) 581 (46.6)
 Divorced/Separated/Widowed 286 (21.8) 307 (24.6)
Education (%) 0.07
 Never attended school 89 (6.8) 76 (6.1)  
 Some primary 320 (24.4) 261 (20.9)
 Completed primary 720 (55.0) 705 (56.6)
 Completed secondary 181 (13.8) 204 (16.4)
Employment Status (%) 0.01
 Unemployed 519 (39.6) 513 (41.2)  
 Paid 505 (38.5) 521 (41.8)
 Othera 286 (21.8) 212 (17.0)
Household food insecurity (%) 272 (20.8) 538 (43.2) 0.01
Clinic (%) 0.01
 Grace Mokhomo 583 (44.5) 495 (39.7)  
 Kanana 274 (20.9) 342 (27.4)
Orkney 453 (34.6) 409 (32.8)
Chronic condition (%)
 HIV 783 (59.8) 781 (62.8) 0.12
 Hypertension 671 (51.2) 664 (53.4) 0.28
 Diabetes 123 (9.4) 113 (9.1) 0.84
 Arthritis 53 (4.1) 44 (3.5) 0.54
 Chronic respiratory disease 56 (4.3) 31 (2.5) 0.02
 Tuberculosis 73 (5.6) 13 (1.1) 0.01
 Epilepsy 47 (3.6) 29 (2.3) 0.06
Screening (%)
 PHQ-9 Screen Positive 107 (8.1) 130 (10.3) 0.056
 AUDIT Screen Positive 43 (3.2) 63 (5.0) 0.03
  1. P-value calculated with Fisher’s exact
  2. aVoluntary, student, retired/pensioner, other