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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of family members

From: Acceptability of a family-centered newborn care model among providers and receivers of care in a Public Health Setting: a qualitative study from India

Participant ID Residence Age Education Occupation Birth order of neonate Gestational age (weeks) Weight of neonate at time of birth (gm) Length of stay in NICU (days)
F* 01 Delhi 32 12 Restaurant owner 1 (twins) 28 1300 34
F02 Sonepat, Haryana 34 Graduate Government officer 1 28 missing 20
F03 Palwal, Haryana 32 12 Shopkeeper 3 24 1100 55
F04 Delhi 26 missing Contractor 1 28 900 106
F05 Delhi 26 Graduate Engineer 1 23 600 61
GF*01 Shamli, Uttar Pradesh 62 Graduate Retired 1 (twins) 30 1600; 1400 18
GM* 01 Shamli, Uttar Pradesh 61 5 Homemaker 1 (twins) 30 1600; 1400 18
M*01 Sonepat, Haryana 22 8 Homemaker (husband is a professional at a private company) 1 (twins) 28 800; 600 55
M02 Faridabad, Haryana 19 10 Homemaker (husband is a farmer) 1 (twins – one died immediately after birth) 28 900 14
M03 Delhi 24 Master of Commerce Homemaker 1 (twins) 26 1000; 810 37
M04 Faridabad, Haryana 25 10 Homemaker 1 28 1000 37
M05 Meerut, Uttar Pradesh 32 10 Homemaker (husband is a daily wage laborer) 4 32 missing 55
  1. * F Father, M Mother, GM Grandmother, GF Grandfather Completion of undergraduate education