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Table 2 Cumulative incidence of mental disorders among respondents without pre-disaster mental disorders following the Great East Japan Earthquake 2011a

From: Onset and remission of common mental disorders among adults living in temporary housing for three years after the triple disaster in Northeast Japan: comparisons with the general population

  ANY
% (SE)
MDE
% (SE)
MAN
% (SE)
GAD
% (SE)
PD
% (SE)
PTSD
% (SE)
AUD
% (SE)
Shelter group (n = 1010)b
 Post disaster year 1 3.3(0.6) 2.9(0.5) 0.2(0.1) 1.4(0.4) 0.1(0.1) 0.6(0.2) 0.1(0.1)
 Post disaster year 2 4.8(0.7) 4.1(0.6) 0.2(0.1) 1.9(0.4) 0.1(0.1) 1.0(0.3) 0.2(0.1)
 Post disaster year 3 5.6(0.7) 4.3(0.6) 0.2(0.1) 2.3(0.5) 0.2(0.1) 1.0(0.3) 0.4(0.2)
General population (n = 695)b
 Post disaster year 1 0.7(0.3) 0.3(0.2) 0(−) 0.1(0.1) 0(−) 0(−) 0.4(0.2)
 Post disaster year 2 1.3(0.4) 0.6(0.3) 0(−) 0.1(0.1) 0(−) 0(−) 0.7(0.3)
 Post disaster year 3 2.7(0.6) 1.4(0.5) 0.1(0.1) 0.3(0.2) 0(−) 0(−) 1.2(0.4)
 Log-rank p for group difference 0.010 0.006 0.521 0.001 0.240 0.006 0.072
Cox hazard model adjusted for sex, age, and educational attainment:
 Adjusted hazard ratio 2.23 2.46 4.65 11.13 NC NC 0.60
 95%CI (1.33–3.75) (1.27–4.76) (0.45–48.09) (2.55–48.65)    (0.17–2.08)
p 0.002 0.007 0.299 0.001    0.421
  1. aPercentage (%) and the standard error (SE) were presented
  2. bRespondents with any disorder before the disaster were excluded. Any disorder includes any of six mental disorders including major depressive episode (MDE), manic episode (MAN), generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), panic disorder (PD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and alcohol use disorder (AUD)
  3. NC not calculated