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Table 1 Participant's sociodemographic and clinical characteristics at baseline

From: Health-related quality of life in outpatients with substance use disorder: evolution over time and associated factors

Characteristics Full sample
N = 126
N Mean (SD) or %
Age (years)   38.5 (10.2)
Gender
 Male 101 80.2
 Female 25 19.8
Marital status (missing = 3)
 Never married 57 46.3
 Married/live with a partner 40 32.5
 Separated/divorced/widowed 26 21.2
Educational level (missing = 1)
 Primary school 12 9.6
 Secondary school 88 70.4
 High school/university 25 20.0
Living arrangements (missing = 2)
 Alone 43 34.7
 Alone with children 10 8.1
 With partner 16 12.9
 With partner and children 24 19.4
 With family or friends 28 22.6
 Homeless 3 2.4
Occupational status (missing = 1)
 Unemployed/student 72 57.6
 Full-time work 40 32.0
 Part-time work 8 6.4
 Retired 5 4.0
Type of dependence
 Alcohol dependence 45 35.7
 Opioid dependence 81 64.3
Duration of addiction (years) 124 5.3 (5.5)
Comorbid axis I diagnosis (yes) 46 36.5
Origin of the care request
 Patient 96 76.2
 Justice 14 11.1
 Heath practioner 16 12.7
HADS Anxiety (missing = 6) 120 10.5 (4.7)
 < 8 39 32.5
 ≥ 8 81 67.5
HADS Depression (missing = 4) 122 8.3 (4.3)
 < 8 51 41.8
 ≥ 8 71 58.2
Patient-physician gender match (yes) 51 40.5
Medication initiated during 6-month follow-up (yes) 73 58.4
Change in substance use behavior at 6 months (yes) 103 82.4
Number of medical sessions during 6-month follow-up 105 13.9 (5.4)
  1. SD standard deviation, HADS Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale