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Table 4 Changes in quality of life indicators when intake is compared with three months after enrolment (disaggregated by status of client at the end of the data collection period)

From: Opioid substitution therapy in manipur and nagaland, north-east india: operational research in action

  Intake 3 months p-value*
Clients reporting a good quality of life (%)    
Completed the program (n = 297) 14.5 65.7 <0.001
Relapsed (n = 155) 17.4 54.8 <0.001
Still on OST (n = 849) 13.0 63.5 <0.001
All clients (n = 1301) 13.8 63.0 <0.001
Employed (%)    
Completed the program (n = 297) 52.5 51.2 0.69
Relapsed (n = 155) 53.5 47.1 0.11
Still on OST (n = 844) 53.8 52.6 0.52
All clients (n = 1296) 53.5 51.6 0.17
Days in family conflict during past month (mean)    
Completed the program (n = 293) 4.6 0.5 <0.001+
Relapsed (n = 152) 4.1 0.8 <0.001+
Still on OST (n = 833) 4.6 0.7 <0.001+
All clients (n = 1278) 4.5 0.6 <0.001+
Social events attended during past month (mean)    
Completed the program (n = 297) 1.3 2.0 <0.001+
Relapsed (n = 155) 1.3 1.8 0.03+
Still on OST (n = 841) 1.3 2.0 <0.001+
All clients (n = 1293) 1.3 1.9 <0.001+
Day absent from work during past month (mean)    
Completed the program (n = 126) 2.5 0.6 <0.001+
Relapsed (n = 62) 1.9 1.0 0.22+
Still on OST (n = 350) 2.8 1.2 <0.001+
All clients (n = 538) 2.6 1.0 <0.001+
  1. * McNemar's Test performed unless otherwise stated
  2. + Paired t-test