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Table 3 Demographic and professional characteristics of GPs self-perceived ability to recognize as "moderate/bad" opposed to "rather good"

From: General practitioners' self-perceived ability to recognize severity of common mental disorders: an underestimated factor in case identification?

  MDE GAD
  OR 95% CI P OR 95% CI P
Gender: male 1.00      
   female 0.77 0.18–3.21 0.71 1.00 0.21–4.77 1.00
Work experience: 12 years 1.00      
   > 12 years 0.70 0.20–2.51 0.58 0.29 0.07–1.23 0.94
Number of patients pr week: 100 1.00      
   >100 1.14 0.31–4.23 0.84 2.50 0.62–10.11 0.20
Number of seminars last two years : 1       
   >1 1.11 0.25–5.04 0.89 1.07 0.21–5.44 0.93
Use of questionnaires or psycho- educational material: seldom 1.00      
   often 2.13 0.57–7.99 0.26 0.67 0.16–2.74 0.57
In my opinion MDE and GAD are almost the same: not agree 1.00      
   partial or full agree 1.3 0.3–5.2 0.68 1.4 0.3–6.6 0.65
I enjoy treating patients with MDE/GAD not agree 1.00      
   partial or full agree 10.0 1.1–93.4 0.04 3.7 0.4 – 33.7 0.25