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Table 1 Participants’ characteristics (N = 22)

From: Chronic pain experience and health inequities during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada: qualitative findings from the chronic pain & COVID-19 pan-Canadian study

  N   N
Age   Education level  
20–29 4 Primary 1
30–39 4 Secondary 6
40–49 3 Technical/college 6
50–59 3 University 9
60–69 4 Civil status  
≥ 70 4 Single 7
Gender   Married/common law 9
Female 13 Separated/divorced 3
Male 7 Widowed 3
Non-binary 2 Pain Duration  
Province   1–2 years 3
Quebec 7 2–5 years 4
Ontario 5 5–10 years 5
British-Columbia 4 > 10 years 10
Alberta 3 Pain Location  
Nova-Scotia 2 > 3 body sites 18
Saskatchewan 1 Head/face 7
Ethnicity   Neck 13
White 12 Shoulder 14
First Nations/Indigenous 5 Arm 5
North-African 2 Elbow 7
Black 1 Wrist 9
Asian 1 Hand 8
Metis 1 Back 17
Living area   Abdomen 3
Urban 15 Hip 12
Rural 7 Buttock/genitals 3
Language   Leg 10
English 16 Knee 11
French 6 Ankle 7
   Foot 1