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Table 2 Characteristics of the participants (n = 172) with (n = 106) and without (n = 66) an available medical record

From: Quality of primary care for resettled refugees in the Netherlands with chronic mental and physical health problems: a cross-sectional analysis of medical records and interview data

  Medical record (n = 106)1 No medical record (n = 66)1 p-value
Age in years: mean (SD) 46.4 (12) 44.4 (13) 0.345
Gender (female): n (%) 51 (48%) 37 (56%) 0.311
Time since permit in years: median (range) 10 (1–26) 8.5 (1–23) 0.822
Country of origin: n (%)    
- Afghanistan 50 (47%) 32 (49%)
- Iran 45 (43%) 18 (27%)
- Somalia 11 (10%) 16 (24%) 0.023
Education: n (%) (n = 105) (n = 64)  
- Low 19 (18%) 13 (20%)
- Intermediate 26 (25%) 14 (22%)
- High 60 (57%) 37 (58%) 0.884
Prevalence    
- PTSD (HTQ score > 2.5) (n,%) 17 (16%) 9 (14%) 0.669
- Anxiety and/or Depression (HSCL-25 > 1.75) 37 (35%) 23 (35%) 0.994
- CMD (PTSD, depression or anxiety) 37 (35%) 23 (35%) 0.994
- Diabetes type II (according to interview) 14 (13%) 15 (23%) 0.352
- Hypertension (according to interview) 16 (15%) 15 (23%) 0.188
  1. PTSD = Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, HTQ = Harvard Trauma Questionnaire, HSCL = Hopkins Symptom Checklist, CMD = Common Mental Disorder.
  2. 1Proportion’s denominator, unless indicated otherwise.
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