Table 2 Proportion of people who were adequately screened by age, sex, IMD quintile, hub and screening episode

From: Impact of general practice endorsement on the social gradient in uptake in bowel cancer screening

  Standard BCSP invitation+GPE Standard BCSP invitation
  % (n) % (n)
All participants 58.2 (76 520) 57.5 (77 122)
Age (years)
60–64 55.9 (33 331) 54.8 (33 480)
65–69 61.0 (27 382) 60.5 (27 466)
70+ 58.7 (15 807) 58.8 (16 176)
Sex
Female 60.7 (40 707) 60.2 (41 290)
Male 55.5 (35 813) 54.8 (35 832)
IMD quintile
1 (Least deprived) 65.2 (19 792) 66.0 (20 716)
2 63.1 (19 530) 62.6 (19 604)
3 59.3 (16 571) 58.0 (16 336)
4 53.0 (11 902) 51.5 (11 839)
5 (Most deprived) 44.0 (8433) 42.6 (8324)
Hub
BCS01 55.2 (19 869) 55.4 (19 150)
BCS02 62.7 (19 915) 60.3 (24 437)
BCS03 49.5 (5850) 48.2 (6385)
BCS04 59.8 (12 710) 58.9 (12 631)
BCS05 59.4 (18 176) 60.1 (14 519)
Screening episode
Incident 86.4 (59 380) 85.7 (60 119)
Prevalent first time invitees 51.4 (11 465) 49.4 (11 646)
Prevalent previous non-responders 14.0 (5675) 13.3 (5357)
  1. Abbreviations: BCSP=Bowel Cancer Screening Programme; GPE=GP endorsement; IMD=Index of Multiple Deprivation.
  2. A total of 1109 (547 Standard BCSP invitation+GPE and 562 Standard BCSP invitation) individuals had missing socioeconomic circumstances, 595 of these were adequately screened (292 Standard BCSP invitation+GPE and 303 Standard BCSP invitation).