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Table 2 Characteristics of responding patients (n = 125), reasons for visits and MINI diagnosis

From: The Mini-International Neuropsychiatric Interview is useful and well accepted as part of the clinical assessment for depression and anxiety in primary care: a mixed-methods study

Characteristics PCC1 PCC2 PCC3 Total
Number of patients 55 54 16 125
Number female patients 39 (72%) 45 (83%) 13 (81%) 97 (78%)
Age distributiona
  < 25 years 5 4 4 13 (12%)
 25–60 years 41 31 12 84 (78%)
  > 60 years 9 5 0 14 (13%)
Main reason to visit the PCC
 Depressive symptoms 16 18 7 41 (33%)
 Anxiety 6 9 4 19 (15%)
 Stress, tired, sleep problems 9 6 0 15 (12%)
 Other psychiatric complaints 9 14 2 15 (20%)
 Somatic complaints 12 3 2 17 (14%)
 Not answered 3 4 1 8 (6%)
MINI diagnosisb
 Depression only 10 5 7 22 (18%)
 One anxiety disorder only 11 21 0 32 (27%)
 More than one anxiety disorder 3 2 0 5 (4%)
 Both depression and anxiety disorder 11 3 7 21 (18%)
 Depression or anxiety or both with other MINI diagnoses 6 3 2 11 (9%)
 Other MINI diagnoses 1 2 9 3 (2%)
 None 13 13 0 26 (22%)
  1. aage reported for n = 40 at PCC2; b MINI diagnoses reported for n = 49 patients at PCC2