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Table 3b Responsiveness in respect to socio-demographic variables

From: How does mental health care perform in respect to service users' expectations? Evaluating inpatient and outpatient care in Germany with the WHO responsivenessconcept

Age (quartiles)
   n Rank p
outpatient 0–36 years 43 114.1 .80**
  37–43 years 64 112.5  
  44–53 years 54 104.8  
  > 54 years 60 112.8  
inpatient 0–36 years 31 46.9 .67**
  37–43 years 15 47.8  
  44–53 years 18 46.5  
  > 54 years 27 43.7  
Duration of illness (quartiles)
Outpatient 0 – 4 years 39 97.6 .11*
  5–11 years 54 114.4  
  12–22 years 61 124.6  
  > 22 years 66 101.9  
inpatient 0 – 4 years 37 46.2 .85**
  5–11 years 23 43.4  
  12–22 years 18 42.7  
  > 22 years 11 48.0  
Income
outpatient < 500 € 49 96.2 .04**
  500–1000 € 86 92.3  
  > 1000 € 42 73.9  
inpatient < 500 € 29 43.3 .63**
  500–1000 € 36 42.7  
  > 1000 € 22 47.1  
Education
outpatient basic level 74 115.0 .08*
  intermediate level 79 93.0  
  higher education 54 104.8  
inpatient basic level 31 39.8 .02*
  intermediate level 32 51.3  
  higher education 21 33.0  
Working status
outpatient employed 98 108.4 .45*
  unemployed 20 122.4  
  retired/disabled 96 103.5  
inpatient employed 22 42.8 .99*
  unemployed 26 43.6  
  retired/disabled 38 43.9  
  1. * Kruskal-Wallis test, **Jonckheere-Terpstra test; distribution free test for ordered alternatives in a one-way layout.