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Table 1 Description of study population. Héraclès study. Nord – Pas-de-Calais, France. 2014

From: Management of work-related common mental disorders in general practice: a cross-sectional study

  N %
Patient characteristics
 Gender
  Male 225 42.2
  Female 308 57.8
 Age group
  [18–35] 123 23.1
  [36–50] 249 46.8
  [51–65] 160 30.1
 Occupational category
  Blue collar 55 10.8
  White collar 141 27.6
  Pink collar 314 61.6
 Educational level
   < High school degree 225 42.2
   ≥ High school degree 308 57.8
 Family status
  Lives alone 151 28.4
  Lives with a partner or parents 381 71.6
 Family income
   [0–3000 euros] 154 34.7
  3000 + euros 290 65.3
 Number of workers in the company
  1 to 9 106 20.5
  10 + 410 79.5
 Psychiatric history (yes vs no) 95 18.3
 Somatic history (yes vs no) 136 26.1
 Purpose of appointment with GP (yes vs no)
  Somatic 249 46.7
  Psychological 296 55.5
  Chronic disease management 81 15.2
 Common mental disorder (yes vs no)
  Depression 239 46.0
  Anxiety 391 75.2
  Alcohol 46 8.8
  Suicidal risk (MINI questionnaire) 138 25.9
 Past unemployment (yes vs no) 157 29.5
 Job instability (yes vs no) 198 38.4
GPs characteristics
 GP’s gender
  Male 332 62.3
  Female 201 37.7
 GP’s age
  [18–49] 194 36.4
  50 + 339 63.6
 Opportunity to work with mental health specialists
  High 291 56.4
  Low 225 43.6
Contextual characteristics
 Social deprivation
  High 159 29.8
  Low 374 70.2
 Material deprivation
  High 266 49.9
  Low 267 50.1
Work characteristics
 Work intensity
  High 202 37.9
  Low 331 62.1
 Emotional demands
  High 222 41.7
  Low 311 58.3
 Autonomy
  High 100 18.8
  Low 433 81.2
 Conflict of values
  High 288 54.0
  Low 245 46.0
 Social relationships at work
  High 67 12.6
  Low 466 87.4
 Job Insecurity
  High 209 39.2
  Low 324 60.8