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Table 2 Demographics and baseline characteristics

From: Pilot randomised controlled trial of the ENGAGER collaborative care intervention for prisoners with common mental health problems, near to and after release

   TAU (n = 20) Intervention (n = 39a)
Age; mean (SD)   32.3 (10.46) 33.3 (8.51)
Ethnicity; n (%) White 19 (95) 37 (95)
Other 1 (5) 2 (5)
Relationship; n (%) Married, civil partnership, cohabiting 2 (10) 6 (15)
Single, divorced, separated 18 (90) 33 (85)
Accommodation; n (%) Own home/rented accommodation 10 (50) 18 (44)
Temporary accommodation/homeless 10 (50) 18 (44)
Supported accommodation 0 (0) 3 (7)
Education; n (%) No qualifications 6 (30) 15 (39)
CSE/ GCSE/ O level 6 (30) 8 (20)
Further qualifications 8 (40) 16 (41)
Employment; n (%) Employed 6 (30) 6 (15)
Unemployed 14 (70) 33 (85)
Benefits; n (%) No benefits 8 (40) 8 (20)
Claiming benefits 12 (60) 31 (80)
Incomeb; n (%) Less than £7500 14 (70) 28 (72)
More than £7500 4 (20) 10 (26)
Index offence(s)c; n (%) Violent 11 (55) 22 (56)
Non violent 5 (25) 12 (30)
History of self-harm; n (%) Yes 5 (25) 5 (13)
No 15 (75) 34 (87)
History of self- report drug or alcohol problem; n (%) Yes 15 (75) 25 (64)
No 5 (25) 14 (36)
Standardised Assessment of Personality score ≥3 17 (85) 33 (85)
  ≥5 8 (40) 18 (46)
  1. aOne participant was released after randomisation but before baseline data could be collected
  2. bTwo participants in the TAU group and one participant in the Intervention group chose ‘prefer not to say’
  3. cFour participants’ in the TAU group and five participants in the Intervention group were missing