Table 61Admissions to specialist MBUs, as reported by primary care services (question 2.6, questionnaire)

English PCTsn (N =144)%X̄SD
No. of admissions for financial year 2004/2005Gave a response52361.412.05
Responded ‘I don’t know or ‘?”2819
Missing (no response)6444
Bed days28 for financial year 2004/2005Gave a response11889.82155.68
Welsh LHBs/NHS Trustsn (N = 15)%X̄SD
No. of admissions for financial year 2004/2005Gave a response5330.200.45
Responded ‘I don’t know’ or ‘?’17
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This was not requested on the questionnaire, but since 8% of PCTs reported this either instead of, or in addition to, the number of admissions, it is reported here for completeness

X̄ = mean number of admissions per year for the trusts that answered the question

From: APPENDIX 16, RESULTS OF SURVEY OF ANTENATAL AND POSTNATAL MENTAL HEALTH PRIMARY CARE SERVICES IN ENGLAND AND WALES

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