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Table 1 PHRU Zazi Evaluation Study Participant Demographics by Phase (Phase 1, Feb-June 2018; Phase 2, June 2018–March 2019)

From: Level of adult client satisfaction with clinic flow time and services of an integrated non-communicable disease-HIV testing services clinic in Soweto, South Africa: a cross-sectional study

VariableOverallPhase 1Phase 2P-Value
No. of enrolment617284333 
Age (in years)
 18–24 (%)113 (18.4)44 (15.5)69 (20.7)0.0680
 25–34 (%)223 (36.1)95 (33.5)128 (38.4) 
 35–44 (%)16 (26.7)83 (29.2)82 (24.6) 
  ≥ 45 (%)116 (18.8)62/ (21.8)54 (16.3) 
 Median (IQR)33.0 (26.0–41)35.0 (28.0–43)31.0 (25.0–40)0.0003
 Mean (SD)34.9 (10.8)36.5 (10.9)33.6 (10.5)0.0008
 Min, Max(18–73)(18–73)(18–64) 
Sex
 Female (%)378 (61.3)153 (53.9)225 (67.6)0.0005
 Male (%)239 (38.7)131 (46.1)108 (32.4) 
Race
 Black (%)612 (99.2)281 (98.9)331 (99.4)0.6657
 Coloured/mixed race (%)5 (0.8)3 (1.1)2 (0.6) 
Nationalitya
 South African (%)592 (96.6)268 (95.7)324 (97.3)0.2831
 Other (%)21 (3.4)12 (4.3)9 (2.7) 
Ethnic groupa
 Zulu (%)27 (45.3)116 (41.0)163 (48.9)0.3544
 Sotho (%)101 (16.4)50 (17.7)51 (15.3) 
 Tsonga (%)70 (11.4)31 (11.0)39 (11.7) 
 Tswana (%)39 (6.2)22 (7.7)17 (5.2) 
 Xhosa (%)49 (8.0)24 (8.5)25 (7.5) 
 Other (%)78 (12.7)40 (14.1)38 (11.4) 
Marital statusa
 Divorced/Widowed (%)27 (4.4)19 (6.7)8 (2.4)0.0298
 Living together/Married (%)153 (24.9)66 (23.4)87 (26.2) 
 Single (%)434 (70.7)197 (69.9)237 (71.4) 
Highest educationa
 Up To High School (%)247 (40.1)111 (39.2)136 (40.8)0.0598
 Matriculated (%)223 (36.2)93 (32.9)130 (39.0) 
 Tertiary education (%)146 (23.7)79 (27.9)67 (20.2) 
Source of money to live on?a
 Employed (%)227 (36.9)111 (39.1)116 (35.0)0.0395
 Parents (%)105 (17.1)37 (13.0)68 (20.5) 
 Pension (%)18 (2.9)12 (4.2)6 (1.9) 
 Self-employed (%)118 (19.2)61 (21.5)57 (17.2) 
 Social/Disability grant (%)74 (12.0)29 (10.2)45 (13.6) 
 Unemployed (%)73 (11.9)34 (12.0)39 (11.8) 
Wealth quintile
 Quintile 1 (%)163 (26.4)69 (24.3)94 (28.2)0.2145
 Quintile 2 (%)138 (22.4)73 (25.7)65 (19.5) 
 Quintile 3 (%)164 (26.6)74 (26.1)90 (27.0) 
 Quintile 4 (%)124 (20.1)52 (18.3)72 (21.6) 
 Quintile 5 (%)28 (4.5)16 (5.6)12 (3.7) 
  1. IQR interquartile range, SD standard deviation
  2. aOverall may not be equal to the sample size as a result of missing responses
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