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Table 4 Baseline characteristics of the interview participants

From: Can support workers from AgeUK deliver an intervention to support older people with anxiety and depression? A qualitative evaluation

Study ID Gender Ethnic group Employment status Marital Status Living situation General Health Taking Medication for low mood or stress Longstanding illness, disability Completer/Dropout
11 Male White British Retired Married Live with more than one other person Poor No Yes Completer
145 Male White British Retired Divorced or separated Live with another person Poor Yes Yes Completer
441 Male White British Carer Married Live with another person Fair No Yes Completer
467 Male White British Missing Married Live with another person Fair No Yes Completer
589 Female White British Retired Divorced or separated Live alone Poor No Yes Completer
1061 Female White British Retired Widowed Live alone Poor No Yes Dropout
1093 Female White British Retired Married Live with more than one other person Poor Yes Yes Completer
2427 Female White British Retired Widowed Live alone Very good Yes Yes Completer
2589 Female White British Retired Widowed Live alone Fair No Yes Completer
2662 Female White British Missing Widowed Live with another person Poor No Yes Completer
2777 Male White British Retired Married Live with another person Poor Yes Yes Completer
2945 Female White British Retired Married Live with another person Excellent Yes No Completer
2977 Male White British Retired Married Live with another person Good Yes Yes Completer
3009 Female White British Retired Co-habiting (living as married) Live with another person Poor Yes Yes Completer
3060 Male White British Missing Married Live with another person Very good No Yes Dropout
3512 Male White British Retired Married Live with more than one other person Very good No No Completer
3560 Female White British Retired Widowed Live alone Good Yes Yes Completer
  1. Patient participants (n = 17); mean age = 74.1 yrs.; range = 66-85 yrs
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