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Table 3 Baseline demographics (N = 46)

From: Addressing asthma and obesity in children with community health workers: proof-of-concept intervention development

Caregiver  
Female, N (%) 44 (95.7)
Age, mean (SD) 37.9 (7.6)
Years of school completed, median (Q1, Q3) 12 (9,13)
Hispanic, Na (%) 39 (84.8)
 Mexican 19 (48.7)
 Puerto Rican 16 (41.0)
 Other Hispanic 3 (7.7)
 Refuse 1 (2.2)
Race, Na (%)
 Black/non-Hispanic 7 (15.2)
 White/non-Hispanic 3 (6.5)
 Other 37 (80.4)
Place of birth, N (%)
 United States 18 (39.1)
 Mexico 15 (32.6)
 Puerto Rico 10 (21.7)
 Other 3 (6.5)
If not born in US, years on mainland US, median (Q1, Q3) 15.5 (12, 24)
Income, N (%)
  < $5,000 9 (19.6)
 $5,000–$14,999 12 (26.0)
 $15,000–$19,999 14 (30.4)
 $20,000–$59,999 11 (23.9)
Home ownership, N(%)
 Own outright/mortgage 5 (10.9)
 Rent 36 (78.3)
 Live with others rent free 4 (8.7)
 Other 1 (2.2)
Marital Status, N(%)
 Married/live with partner 25 (54.3)
 Single 18 (39.1)
 Separate/Divorced/Widowed 3 (7.7)
Child  
Age, mean (SD) 9.7 (2.2)
Female, N (%) 31 (67.4)
Grade, median (Q1, Q3) 4 (2,5)
Place of birth, N (%)
 United States 42 (91.3)
 Mexico 1 (2.2)
 Puerto Rico 3 (6.5)
Child health insurance Medicaid, N (%) 44 (95.7)
  1. aFor race and ethnicity, participants were allowed to endorse multiple categories if they applied