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Table 1 Clinical and Psychological Characteristics of Menteesa

From: Peer mentoring for eating disorders: results from the evaluation of a pilot program

  Baseline M (SD) Endpoint M (SD) Z p
BMI 17.0 (2.2) 17.7 (3.3) −2.4 0.02
EDE-Q Restraint 2.6 (1.4) 2.1 (1.4) −2.3 0.02
EDE-Q Eating Concern 3.0 (1.4) 2.4 (1.5) −2.5 0.01
EDE-Q Shape Concern 4.2 (1.4) 3.3 (1.6) −2.9 0.01
EDE-Q Weight Concern 3.6 (1.7) 3.1 (1.8) −1.9 0.06
EDE-Q Global 3.3 (1.4) 2.7 (1.5) −2.5 0.01
DASS Depression 19.7 (13.1) 15.5 (13.5) −2.5 0.01
DASS Anxiety 16.8 (12.0) 12.5 (10.5) −3.1 0.01
DASS Stress 22.2 (11.2) 18.7 (10.5) −2.3 0.02
BDQ Physical 6.5 (4.3) 5.1 (4.6) −2.4 0.02
BDQ Mental 3.5 (1.7) 2.6 (2.0) −2.4 0.02
BDQ Functional 9.0 (17.5) 4.8 (8.1) −2.2 0.03
AQoL Individual Living 78.3 (17.5) 82.6 (18.6) −1.9 0.06
AQoL Happiness 42.7 (17.9) 51.4 (23.5) −2.5 0.01
AQoL Mental Health 48.5 (18.3) 54.8 (21.6) −3.0 0.01
AQoL Coping 42.0 (21.7) 49.2 (24.4) −2.0 0.05
AQoL Relationships 57.8 (16.0) 66.7 (19.5) −2.4 0.02
AQoL Self-Worth 27.9 (24.2) 40.9 (27.9) −2.8 0.01
AQoL Pain 81.7 (21.2) 81.8 (21.7) −0.5 0.65
AQoL Senses 86.0 (12.8) 87.4 (12.2) −0.9 0.38
AQoL Total 57.1 (15.1) 64.3 (17.4) −3.1 0.01
  1. aData analysis conducted on 22 mentees who did not withdraw – i.e. those who did not complete all 13 sessions or did not complete within 6 months are still included in the analysis; AQoL scores are standardised unweighted scores