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Table 5 Proportion of adults and CYP at baseline with clinically significant mental health questionnaire scores, comparing Hub clients who registered within 3, 6, and 9 months of the attack

From: The psychosocial response to a terrorist attack at Manchester Arena, 2017: a process evaluation

  First screen at 3 months (%) First screen at 6 months (%) First screen at 9 months (%)
Adults—Baseline    
PHQ-9 34.50 50.00 49.80
GAD-7 36.60 49.80 55.80
WSAS 41.50 61.20 58.40
TSQ 51.10 67.50 68.20
CYP—Baseline    
CRIES-8 84.20 82.90 92.90
RCADS Depression 13.00 21.00 17.40
RCADS GAD 19.90 23.10 35.30
RCADS Parent GAD 35.00 44.10 50.80
RCADS Parent Separation Anxiety 33.70 52.90 45.20
  1. PHQ-9: % with scores of 10 or more, indicating moderate to severe depression [45]
  2. GAD-7: % with scores of 10 or more, indicating moderate to severe anxiety [122]
  3. WSAS: % with scores of 11 or more, indicating significant to severe functional impairment [46]
  4. TSQ: % with scores of 6 or more, indicating possible PTSD [43]
  5. CRIES-8: % with scores of 17 or more, indicating possible PTSD [123]
  6. Each RCADs scale scored according to child’s age and gender. % with T-scores of 70 or higher, indicating scores above the clinical threshold [124]
  7. The information in this table is adapted from [125]