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Table 1 Participant characteristics and health history

From: Collection of social determinants of health in the community clinic setting: a cross-sectional study

Characteristics Participants (n = 100)
Median age (IQR) 38 (26.5–54.5)
Gender  
 Male 30/100 (30%)
 Female 67/100 (67%)
 Transgender 3/100 (3%)
Ethnicity  
 Hispanic or Latino 7/100(7%)
 Not Hispanic or Latino 90/100 (93%)
 Chose not to answer/Left blank 3/100 (3%)
Race  
 Asian only 3/100 (3%)
 Pacific Islander only 0/100 (0%)
 White only 42/100 (42%)
 Native Hawaiian only 0/100 (0%)
 Black/African American only 36/100 (36%)
 American Indian/Alaska Native only 0/100 (0%)
 Other only 7/100 (7%)
 Two or more races only 5/100 (5%)
 Chose not to answer/Left blank 7/100 (7%)
Farmworker status  
 Yes 0/100 (0%)
 No 100/100 (100%)
Veteran status  
 Yes 6/100 (6%)
 No 94/100 (94%)
Language Preference  
 English 95/100 (95%)
 Language other than English 5/100 (5%)
General Health  
 Excellent 14/100 (14%)
 Very good 22/100 (22%)
 Good 32/100 (32%)
 Fair 23/100 (23%)
 Poor 7/100 (7%)
 Do not know/Not sure 1/100 (1%)
 Chose not to answer/Left blank 1/100 (1%)
Health Condition History  
 High blood pressure 45/100 (45%)
 High cholesterol 28/100 (28%)
 Heart attack 3/100 (3%)
 Heart disease 10/100 (10%)
 Stroke 5/100 (5%)
 Asthma 22/100 (22%)
 Skin cancer 3/100 (3%)
 Other cancer 4/100 (4%)
 COPD 14/100 (14%)
 Arthritis 30/100 (30%)
 Depression 39/100 (39%)
 Kidney disease 3/100 (3%)
 Diabetes 14/100 (14%)
  1. Data are proportions (%) or medians (interquartile range). COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, IQR interquartile range