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Table 1 Comparison of women who were still imprisoned at three months: those who complete data & those with missing data.

From: Changes in health-related quality of life following imprisonment in 92 women in England: a three month follow-up study

  Women with complete data at 3 months
%
Women with missing data at 3 months
%
Difference in %
(95% confidence interval)
P value
Self reported ethnicity: white 60.7 57.9 2.8 (-18.8 to 26.4) 0.82
Has children aged under 16 years 42.5 50.0 7.5 (-15.9 to 30.6) 0.75
Left school aged 16 years or less 61.8 58.8 3.0 (-19.2 to 27.7) 0.82
Was unemployed before coming into prison 68.9 73.7 4.8 (-19.3 to 22.5) 0.89
Has been in prison before 47.6 47.1 0.6 (-23.7 to 23.9) 0.97
Drinks more than 3 units each day 38.0 35.0 3.0 (-20.6 to 22.8) 0.79
Injected drugs in week prior to imprisonment 9.9 10.0 0.1 (-10.6 to 20.7) 0.99
Had a longstanding illness before prison 84.9 78.9 5.9 (-9.5 to 29.0) 0.77