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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of the study participants

From: Pregnant women’s perspectives on integrating preventive oral health in prenatal care

No Pseudonym Age Ethnicity Highest Educational attainment Employment status History of pregnancy Trimester of pregnancy
1 (PW23) Wendy 33 Caucasian University Education Full-time Employment Multigravida (2nd Pregnancy) Second
2 (OPW24) Xena 33 Caucasian College Diploma Full-time Employment Primigravida Third
3 PW26) Zuriel 40 South American University Education Part-time Employment Multigravida (3rd Pregnancy) First
4 (PW27) Anna 32 African/ Canadian University Education Full-time Employment Multigravida (3rd Pregnancy) Second
5 (PW28) Bailey 30 African University Education Unemployed Multigravida (2nd Pregnancy) Third
6 (PW29) Chloe 29 Pakistani Postgraduate Stay-at-home mom Multigravida (3rd Pregnancy) Third
7 (PW30) Daisy 26 Caribbean/Canadian College Diploma Self-employed Multigravida (4th Pregnancy) Second
8 (PW31) Emma 31 Indian/ Canadian Postgraduate Full-time Employment Primigravida Third
9 (PW32) Francesca 25 Fijian/ Canadian High School Stay-at-home mom Multigravida (2nd pregnancy) Third
10 (OPW33) Gayle Unspecified Canadian Postgraduate Full-time Employment Primigravida Third
11 Heidi
(PW34)
27 African University Education Full-time Employment Primigravida Third
12 Isabel (OPW35) 31 Asian University Education Part-time Employment Primigravida Second
13 Jessica (PW36) 32 Caucasian University Education Full-time Employment Primigravida Third
14 Kailani (PW37) 30 Caucasian High School Part-time Employment Multigravida (2nd pregnancy) Second