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Table 1 Distribution of studies on bipolar disorder among homeless people based on study year name, year of publication, sample size, instrument, country, and prevalence

From: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the prevalence of bipolar disorder among homeless people

Author (year) (reference number) Sample size Tool Country Type of homelessness Prevalence
Koegel et.al. 1988 [29] 328 DSM USA   10.6% (n = 35)
Fichter et.al. 2001 [20] 265 DSM Germany Shelter users, service users and street dwellers 8.3% (n = 22)
Connolly et.al. 2008 [30] 60 DSM USA   5% (n = 3)
Noel et.al. 2016 [31] 497 DSM Canada   N = 19% (N = 97)
Topolovec-Vranic et al. 2017 [32] 2088 MINI) Canada   12.6%(N = 263)
Prinsloo et.al. 2012 [33] 38 DSM Ireland   5.3%(n = 2)
Kovess et.al. 1999 [22] 715 CIDI France   3.6%(n = 26)
Greifenhagen et.al. 1997 [21] 32 DSM Germen   44% (n = 14)
Strehlua et.al. 2012 [34] 193 MINI Canada   28% (n = 53)
Heckert et.al. 1999 [35] 83 SCAN Brazil   2.41% (n = 2)