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Table 1 The participants’ characteristics and identifiers

From: The impact of financial crisis and austerity policies in Andalusia, Spain: disentangling the mechanisms of social inequalities in health through the perceptions and experiences of experts and the general population

ID Groups and interviews description Total Male Female
FG1 Lower Social Class Population (men and women) 6 5 1
FG2 Middle Social Class Population (men and women) 8 3 5
FG3 Upper-Middle Social Class Population (men and women) 7 4 3
FG4 Professionals in the Social Intervention Field (men and women) 9 3 6
FG5 Experts on Health (men and women) 7 3 4
I1 General Practitioner (GP) 1 1  
I2 NGO Manager 1 1  
I3 Female caregiver of person affected by the crisis 1   1
I4 Expert Professor of Public Health 1 1  
I5 60-year-old woman, Middle Class, health issues 1   1
I6 40-year-old man, Lower Class, financial issues 1 1  
I7 55-year-old man, Upper Class, no health issues 1 1  
I8 25-year-old woman, Middle Class, no health issues 1   1
I9 34-year-old man, Lower Class, financial issues 1 1  
I10 50-year-old woman, Middle Class, no health issues 1   1
Total   47 24 23