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Table 1 Demographics of fathers participating in the RCT

From: Can father inclusive practice reduce paternal postnatal anxiety? A repeated measures cohort study using the hospital anxiety and depression scale

Variable Control N (%) Intervention N (%)
AGE 29.4 (17–54) 29.5 (16–51)
MARITAL STATUS N=316 N=365
Single 21 (7%) 30 (8%)
Married 155 (49%) 200 (55%)
Defacto 130 (41%) 117 (32%)
Missing Value 10 (3%) 18 (5%)
EDUCATION N =321 N =371
≤ year 12 125 (39%) 146 (39%)
Trade/diploma 122 (38%) 140 (38%)
Degree/higher 67 (21%) 70 (19%)
Missing Value 6 (2%) 15 (4%)
INCOME N =300 N=350
≤$30,000 12 (4%) 14 (4%)
$31,000-$60,000 60 (20%) 70 (20%)
$61,000-$90,000 84 (28%) 105 (30%)
≥ $91,000 120 (40%) 130 (37%)
Missing Value 24 (8%) 31 (9%)
AUSTRALIAN BORN 215 (66%) 247 (65%)
RETURN TO WORK N =298 N=353
≥ 1 week 125 (42%) 116 (33%)
<1 weeks>4 weeks 95 (32%) 148 (42%)
≤ 4 weeks 50 (17%) 56 (16%)
Missing Value 28 (9%) 33 (9%)
EMPLOYMENT N=324 N=371
Full time 275 (85%) 326 (88%)
Unemployed 26 (8%) 15 (4%)
Other 20 (6%) 15 (4%)
Missing Value 3 (1%) 15 (4%)