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Table 1 Sample descriptives (N = 107)

From: Validating the generic quality of life tool “QOL10” in a substance use disorder treatment cohort exposes a unique social construct

  n or mean % or SD
Demographics   
Age 34.3 9.6
Women 36 33.6 %
Single 78 77.2 %
Primary education or less 61 57.0 %
Unemployed 76 71.0 %
Substance-related variables   
Most used substance/medication, past 6 months.
None 20 18.7 %
Methadone/buprenorphine 32 29.9 %
Cannabis 14 13.1 %
Alcohol 13 12.1 %
Amphetamines 9 8.4 %
Heroin/opium 5 4.7 %
Benzodiazepines 5 4.6 %
Ecstasy, LSD, stimulants, cocaine, inhalants, or other addictive substances 0 0 %
Other not listed 9 8.6 %
Polysubstance user 49 49.0 %
Injected within past four weeks 25 25.5 %
Current SUD treatment   
None 20 19.9 %
Outpatient with OMT 46 43.8 %
Outpatient without OMT 15 14.0 %
Inpatient with OMT 14 13.1 %
Any treatment attrition, past year 35 35.0 %
Health variables   
Additional chronic disease 71 66.4 %
Clinical anxiety symptoms 61 57.0 %
Clinical depression symptoms 60 56.1 %
Received psychiatric services, past year 55 50.9 %
Physically inactive 38 35.5 %
  1. Demographic, substance-related, and health variables of the sample
  2. SUD substance use disorder
  3. OMT Opioid maintenance treatment