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Table 1 Characteristics of study focus group and interview participants

From: Quality of care for Black and Latina women living with HIV in the U.S.: a qualitative study

  92 (%)
Race
 Black 83 (90%)
 Non-black* 9 (10%)
Ethnicity
 Hispanic or Latina 10 (11%)
 Not Hispanic or Latina 82 (89%)
Age Group
  < 50 years of age 40 (43%)
 50+ years of age 52 (57%)
Time since HIV Diagnosis
  < 10 years 26 (28%)
 10+ years 60 (65%)
 Unknown/Not Reported 6 (7%)
Educational Level
  < High School/GED 27 (29%)
 High School/GED 30 (33%)
 Some College/Associate 23 (25%)
 College and above 9 (10%)
 Unknown/Not Reported 3 (3%)
Monthly Income Range
 $1000 or less 49 (53%)
 $1001–2000 25 (27%)
 $2001–3000 8 (9%)
 $3001+ 8 (9%)
 Unknown/Not Reported 2 (2%)
WIHS Location
 Atlanta, GA 16 (17%)
 Birmingham, AL 19 (21%)
 Brooklyn, NY 14 (15%)
 Chapel Hill, NCa 14 (15%)
 Chicago, IL 18 (20%)
 Jackson, MS 11 (12%)
  1. * Includes women who responded ‘brown,’ ‘biracial,’ or ‘more than one race’
  2. † Based on the time of interview.
  3. a The UNC site enrolled 11 women in focus groups as well as 3 Hispanic/Latina women for in-depth interviews