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Table 1 Participant characteristics and CORE-OM scores at different points of time

From: Measurement properties of the Swedish clinical outcomes in routine evaluation outcome measures (CORE-OM): Rasch analysis and short version for depressed and anxious out-patients in a multicultural area

   n = 337
Age group 18–27 years 167 (49.6%)
   > 28 years 170 (50.4%)
Gender1 Men 91 (27%)
  Women 243 (72%)
Main diagnosis2 Depressive disorder (F32-33) 20/109 (18%)
  Anxiety disorder (F41-42) 53/109 (49%)
  Post-traumatic stress disorder or reactions to severe stress (F43) 28/109 (26%)
  Other main psychiatric diagnosis3 8/109 (7%)
   Baseline (T1) n = 337 6-months (T2) n = 95 Treatment end (T3) n = 89
CORE-OM score Mean score 0–4 (SD)4 2.15 (0.61) 1.83 (0.64) 1.22 (0.68)
  1. 1Other gender are not presented in the table due to very small numbers
  2. 2Data on diagnosis were only available for n = 109 individuals
  3. 3Mainly personality or neuropsychiatric disorders
  4. 4Higher score indicate more psychological distress