Table 1

Demographic and clinical information for sample
Acute (n=12) Remitted (n=12) UHR (n=12)
Age, mean (SD) 36.8 (10.0) 35.5 (8.0) 22.0 (4.4)
Males, n 9 9 10
History of CBT, n 5 7 3
Acute admissions, mean (SD) 4.8 (4.8) 2.2 (1.7) 0
Age at first contact with clinical
 services, mean (SD) 25.9 (8.2) 27.2 (6.8) 18.0 (6.2)
Years of education, mean (SD) 11.7 (2.5) 12.0 (3.0) 12.6 (1.6)
Ethnicity, n
 White British 8 11 10
 Black British 4 0 0
 Asian Pakistani 0 1 1
 Middle Eastern 0 0 1
Diagnosis, n
 Schizophrenia 11 8 0
 Schizoaffective 1 2 0
 Schizophreniform 0 2 0
Medication, n
 Atypical AP 9 8 0
 Typical AP 0 1 0
 Typical & atypical AP 3 3 0
 Antidepressant 7 6 4
Living status, n
 Alone 0 6 2
 Ward 10 0 0
 Family 2 3 7
 Partner 0 1 3
 Shared living 0 1 0
 Supported living 0 1 0
Service recruited through, n
 CMHT* 0 7 0
 Early intervention 2 3 10
 Inpatient ward 10 0 0
 Early detection 0 0 2
 Assertive outreach 0 1 0
 Rehabilitation services 0 1 0
Interview total scores, mean (SD)
 PANSS 63.4 (13.0) 49.9 (9.9) 56.8 (13.6)
 CDS 14.0 (5.2) 12.1 (2.8) 13.9 (4.7)

*Community Mental health team.

Palmier-Claus et al.

Palmier-Claus et al. BMC Psychiatry 2012 12:172   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-12-172

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