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Table 3 Demographics of GPs interviewed

From: Facilitating professional liaison in collaborative care for depression in UK primary care; a qualitative study utilising normalisation process theory

GP Gender Years of experience as GP Practice population Practice size IMD rank CADET recruitment figures Actively involved in commissioning
GP001 Female 25 years Afro-Caribbean, Asian, Eastern European and Turkish, long stay, suburban. 14000 4339 16 No
GP002 Male 17 years 50% Caucasian 50% Asian, urban, deprived, socio-economic mix, many family residents. 2800 2938 12 Yes
GP003 Male 39 years Urban, mixed social class - less deprived (group 1 & 2). 8000 26048 13 No
GP004 Male 31 years Urban, mixed social class - less deprived (group 1 & 2). 8000 26048 13 No
GP005 Female 25-26 years Almost totally white, not deprived, urban edges/semi-rural. Core of family-based patients. 2350 14588 11 No, but is mental health lead for PCT
GP006 Male 28 years High deprivation, 5-10% Asian population, 1/3 transient, 2/3 settled (lots of families), over-represented mental health comp to other practices. 3500 1128 9 No
GP007 Female 21 years High deprivation, white British, high unemployment, many patients with smoking-related illnesses. 6000 317 13 Yes in future
GP008 Male 15 years Afro-Caribbean, Asian, Eastern European and Turkish, long stay, suburban. 14000 4339 16 No
GP009 Male 14 years Younger population, high turnover, Eastern Europeans, Afro-Caribbean, South Asian, Minority Far East, higher than ‘normal’ mental health issues. 7500 1809 8 Yes but resigning due to political nature
GP010 Male 30 years Diverse, multi-ethnic. Top 10% most deprived areas in country. A lot of mental health issues. 8000 3428 12 Not for last 18 months
GP011 Male 18 years Two branches, slightly different demographics in each. One has new Eastern European immigrants; other has significant Asian and African Caribbean. Suburban teaching/training practice. 8300 9601/128182 branches 12 Not any more
GP012 Male 7 years Same surgery as above. This GP says is inner city practice. Lots of people with English as second language. Mobile patient population (high turnover). 8300 9601/128182 branches 12 Not asked
GP013 Male 17 years Mainly white males aged 25-35, a few Asian, Chinese and Black people. 7600 8179 16 No
GP014 Female 10 years Mainly white males aged 25-35, a few Asian, Chinese and Black people. 7600 8179 16 No
GP015 Male 22 years Majority white British, very few black and minority ethnic groups. 7750 317 13 No