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Research Article

Postdischarge Impact of C-L Psychiatry Treatment in Obstetrical Inpatients

Table 1

Demographics of study participants ( 𝑁 = 2 8 ).

AgeRelationshipEducationCurrent employment statusEthnic/racial affiliationReligious affiliationYears in CanadaOther living children

Mean age = 34Married 75%Completed college/university 71%Parental leave 46%“None” 36%“None” 36%Entire life 86%None 54% 1–32% 2–10% 5–4%
Common law 18%Some college/university 25%Full-time homemaker 32%Jewish 21%Jewish 21%Philippines 1983; Zimbabwe 1993; Iran 2000; Pakistan 2005
Single 7%High school 4%Part-time job 7%“White” 11%Roman catholic 18%
Seeking employment 7%4% each: Black, “Black-and-White”, Greek orthodox Iranian, Italian, Pakistani, Philippine, Portuguese7% each: Muslim, Greek orthodox, Christian
Full-time job 4%Protestant 4%
Social assistance 4%

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