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Table 1 Descriptive statistics of the demographic, socioeconomic and clinical characteristics of the WMHS Portugal sample and sub-sample of participants with any mental disorder

From: The effect of socioeconomic position in the experience of disability among people with mental disorders: findings from the World Mental Health Survey Initiative Portugal

  WMHS Portugal total sample (n = 3849) Participants with any mental disorder (n = 788)
Demographic and socioeconomic characteristics n % n %
Gendera
 Female 2217 51.6 596 70.1
 Male 1632 48.4 192 29.9
Employment statusb
 Working 1362 65.1 430 69.6
 Unemployed 172 6.8 40 8.3
 Retired and others 526 28.1 133 22.2
Financial deprivationb
 No 1311 66.8 410 58.9
 Yes 732 33.2 303 41.1
Subjective social statusa
 High 2463 65.1 482 62.4
 Low 1344 34.9 300 37.6
  Mean SD Mean SD
Agea 46.38 16.88 42.82 15.19
Educationa 8.76 4.79 9.50 4.64
Clinical characteristics n % n %
12-month mental disordersb
 Any mental disorder 788 21.0
Physical disordersb
 Any physical disorder 1513 68.7 588 82.2
Disabilityb
 Presence of substantial disability 212 8.6 115 14.7
  1. Descriptive statistics of the study sample and sub-sample with any 12-month mental disorder
  2. SD standard deviation, WMHS World Mental Health Survey
  3. n: unweighted; %, mean, SD: weighted
  4. a Part I weight
  5. b Part II weight