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Table 4 Results from the acceptance questionnaires

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

Patient questionnaire (P)
(n = 125)
Interviewer questionnaire (I)
(n = 115)
Item (no.) Percentage agreeing fully or almost fully Item (no.) Percentage agreeing fully or almost fully
The procedure was helpful (P1) 68  
I feel unclear about the results of MINI (P2) 23
I felt interrogated (P3) 7
Too many questions (P4) 6
It was exhausting (P5) 4 It was exhausting (I8) 7
I felt taken seriously (P6) 93 I was responsive to the patient (I10) 85
A positive relationship with the interviewer was established (P7) 93 A positive relationship with the patient was established (I6) 87
   The patient was cooperative (I9) 96
I did not tell everything (P8) 16 The patient did not report everything (I7) 6
I understood my problems better (P9) 33 The patient only realizes some dimensions of her problem (I5) 1
It was enough detail for the interviewer (P10) 77 Difficulties to capture all relevant information (I2) 19
  I conducted the interview as well as I could (I1) 100
  I felt competent (I3) 88
  I made mistakes (I4) 1
  1. The table shows the proportions of questionnaires from patients and interviewers where the respondents agreed fully or almost fully to the items. Items that correspond to each other in the patient and interviewer questionnaires are placed on the same row