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Table 2 Sociodemographic characteristics of study participants

From: Evaluation of the effectiveness of a quality improvement intervention to support integration of maternal, child and HIV care in primary health care facilities in South Africa

 Intervention
n = 777
Control
n = 661
Total
n = 1438
 p-value
DEMOGRAPHICSmedianIQRmedianIQRmedianIQR 
Baby’s age (months)5.0(2.0–9.0)5.0(2.0–9.0)5.0(2.0–9.0)0.6
Mother’s age (years)25.0(21–31)25.0(21–30)25.0(21–31)0.7
BABY DEMOGRAPHICS
Baby’s age group
  < 6 months40852.5%34452.0%75252.3%0.04
 6–11.9 months25232.4%21031.8%46232.1% 
 12–17.9 months9712.5%7110.7%16811.7% 
  > =18 months202.6%365.4%563.9% 
Total777100.0%661100.0%1438100% 
Sex
 Male37848.6%33450.5%71249.5%0.5
 Female39951.4%32749.5%72650.5% 
 Total777100.0%661100.0%1438100% 
Living in same HH1
 Yes74495.8%64497.4%138896.5%0.084
 No334.2%172.6%503.5% 
 Total777100.0%661100.0%1438100% 
MOTHER’S DEMOGRAPHICS
Mother’ age
  < 209912.8%9113.8%19013.2%0.7
 20–2426033.5%20330.8%46332.2% 
 25–2919224.7%16925.6%36125.2% 
 30–4622529.0%19729.8%42229.4% 
 Total776a100.0%660100.0%1436100.0% 
Mother’s education
 grades 2–7344.4%243.7%584.0%0.03
 grades 8–1129738.2%29545.0%59241.3% 
 grades 12+44657.4%33751.4%78354.6% 
 Total777100.0%656100.0%1433100.0% 
Mother currently working
 Yes13918%9314.1%23216.1%0.05
 No63882%56885.9%120683.9% 
 Total777100%661100.0%1438100.0% 
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