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Table 1 Socio-demographic and clinical description of the sample

From: Discrepancies between survey and administrative data on the use of mental health services in the general population: findings from a study conducted in Québec

  Agreement
CCHS-RAMQ
(n = 157)a
Disagreement
CCHS-RAMQ
(n = 481 )a
Total sample
(n = 637)a
Socio-demographic profile    
   Age    
Mean 42.85 ± 13.24 51.35 ± 15.53 49.26 ± 15.43
18-64 years 150 (95.5%) 370 (76.9%) 520 (81.5%)
65 and over 7 (4.5%) 111 (23.1%) 118 (18.5%)
   Gender    
Men 50 (31.8%) 190 (39.5%) 240 (37.6%)
Women 107 (68.2%) 291 (60.5%) 398 (62.4%)
   Education    
No high school diploma 30 (19.4%) 144 (31.0%) 174 (28.1%)
High school diploma 32 (20.6%) 93 (20.0%) 125 (20.2%)
Post-high school diploma 54 (34.8%) 142 (30.5%) 196 (31.6%)
University diploma 39 (25.2%) 86 (18.5%) 125 (20.2%)
   Employment status    
Workers 103 (66.0%) 299 (62.3%) 402 (63.2%)
Non workers 53 (34.0) 181 (37.7%) 234 (36.8%)
   Marital status    
With spouse 61 (39.1%) 295 (61.3%) 356 (55.9%)
Without spouse 95 (60.9%) 186 (38.7%) 281 (44.1%)
   Parental status    
With young children 51 (32.7%) 132 (27.4%) 183 (28.7%)
Without young children 105 (67.3%) 349 (72.6%) 454 (71.3%)
Psychiatric disorder    
   Based on CCHS-1.2 (DSM-IV)b    
Mood disorder 73 (46.5%) 27 (5.6%) 100 (15.7%)
Anxiety disorder 35 (22.2%) 19 (4.0%) 54 (8.5%)
Neither mood nor anxiety disorder 70 (44.6%) 439 (91.3%) 509 (79.9%)
   Based on RAMQ (ICD-9)a    
Neurotic disorder 83 (52.9%) 190 (39.5%) 236 (37.0%)
Psychotic disorder 31 (19.7%) 16 (3.3%) 37 (5.8%)
Other psychiatric disorder 26 (16.6%) 55 (11.4%) 66 (10.4%)
  1. a Un-weighted number of respondents. The other numbers in the Table are weighted.
  2. b The percentages for psychiatric disorders are not additive since an individual can have more than one disorder