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Table 1 Summary of participants’ socio-demographic characteristics

From: Implementation of depression screening in antenatal clinics through tablet computers: results of a feasibility study

  Scrolling n(% N = 273) Paging n(% N = 257)
Recruitment Setting General Practice 59(21.61%) 56(21.79%)
Community 14(5.13%) 12(4.67%)
Hospital 200(73.26%) 189(73.54%)
Age group 18 – 22 years 15(5.49%) 11(4.28%)
23 – 27 years 51(18.68%) 34(13.23%)
28 – 32 years 90(32.97%) 108(42.02%)
33 – 37 years 83(30.40%) 81(31.52%)
38+ years 34(12.45%) 23(8.95%)
Ethnic Background White 173(63.37%) 182(70.82%)
Mixed 9(3.30%) 7(2.72%)
Asian 64(23.44%) 45(17.51%)
Black 14(5.13%) 14(5.45%)
Other ethnic group 12(4.40%) 9(3.50%)
Not disclosed 1(0.37%) 0(0.00%)
Relationship status Single 17(6.23%) 13(5.06%)
Married/Civil Partnership 180(65.93%) 168(65.37%)
Cohabiting 71(26.01%) 67(26.07%)
Divorced/Widowed/Separated 2(0.73%) 3(1.17%)
Not disclosed 3(1.10%) 6(2.33%)
Employment status Full-time employment 135(49.45%) 141(54.86%)
Part-time employment 52(19.05%) 49(19.07%)
Self-employed 25(9.16%) 19(7.39%)
Seeking employment 6(2.20%) 13(5.06%)
Unemployed 49(17.95%) 34(13.23)
Disability 6(2.20%) 1(0.39)
Highest educational achievement Postgraduate degree (MSc, PhD) 56(20.51%) 52(20.23%)
University degree 107(39.19%) 94(36.58%)
College degree or below 95(34.80%) 97(37.74%)
None 8(2.93%) 5(1.95%)
Other qualification 7(2.56%) 9(3.50%)