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Table 2 Overview table: Overview of the patient population in the retrospective pilot study

From: Quality measurement of out-patient neuropsychological therapy after stroke in Germany: definition of indicators and retrospective pilot study

  Women Men Total p-value Effect estimate Ref malec
N 40 64 104   
Time since stroke (month)a 5 (0–86) 6 (2–99) 6 (0–99) 0.15 −0.08(95%CI: - 0.45-0.29)
Age at beginning of therapya 52 (30–83) 57 (33–81) 55 (30–83) 0.06 −0.38 (95% CI: − 0.77-0.02)
Years in education (n = 102)a 13 (8–20) 14 (8–20) 13 (8–20) 0.28 −0.2 (95%CI: − 0.61- 0.2)
% need for counselling in social law issuesb 63% (n = 25) 58% (n = 37) 60% (n = 62) 0.63 1.22 (95%CI: 0.5–2.99)
% wish for professional reintegrationb 73% (n = 29) 72% (n = 46) 72% (n = 75) 1 1.03 (95%CI: 0.39–2.79)
% of patients with standardized screening for depression 88 (n = 35) 58 (n = 37) 69% (n = 72) < 0.01 5.11 (95% CI: 1.66–18.62)
Barthel-Index (N = 41)a 100 (95–100) 100 (50–100) 100 (50–100) 0.54 −0.06 (95%CI: −0.81-0.69)
% of overall quality of careb 87 (57–100) 79 (42–100) 83 (42–100) < 0.01 0.6 (95% CI:0.21–1)
  1. Except for age, no significant differences between men and women were seen. P-values represent results of chi-square or Man Whitney-U test, where appropriate. amedian (lowest/highest), b% (n), cCohen’s d and (95% CI) for continuous variables. Effect estimates represent Cohen’s d for continuous variables and odds ratios for frequencies