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Table 3 Numbers of children with a psychological or social diagnosis, in different gender/age categories, in Eureka practices and control practices in 2011 (per 1,000 visiting patients)

From: A new approach to child mental healthcare within general practice

  Eureka practices (experiment) (N = 4) Control practices F-test: Experiment 2011 (A) vs. Control/deprived (B) vs Control/not deprived (C)
   Deprived (N = 6) Not deprived (N = 27)  
Year 2011 2011 2011  
 Number of visiting children: 1577 1323 10980  
 Number of psychosocial diagnoses/1000 patients (4–18 years) 134 42 81 F = 12.63;df =2, 13877; p < . 0001 (A > B, C; C > B)
 Number of psychosocial diagnoses/1000 boys 4–10 year 145 61 94 F = 1.21; df = 2, 3373; n.s.
 Number of psychosocial diagnoses/1000 girls 4–10 year 93 39 56 F = 1.39; df = 2, 3099; n.s.
 Number of psychosocial diagnoses/1000 boys 11–18 years 150 36 85 F = 8.2; df = 2, 3629; p < .001 (A > B, C)
 Number of psychosocial diagnoses/1000 girls 11–18 years 142 30 87 F = 6.74; df = 2, 3767; p < .005 (A > B; C > B)