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Table 1 Representative Interview Questions

From: “They’re very passionate about making sure that women stay healthy”: a qualitative examination of women’s experiences participating in a community paramedicine program

Topic Questions
Accessing the Program 1. How did you find out about Project Swaddle?
2. What made you decide to join Project Swaddle?
3. What, if anything, do you remember about your first contact with [Community Paramedic]? This might have been a phone call or a meeting.
During the Program 1. Pregnant Women: After those first few meetings, how would you describe your experiences with Project Swaddle?
2. Postpartum Women: Could you tell me a bit about your experiences with Project Swaddle in the time leading up to your delivery?
3. Postpartum Women: Thinking about your experiences since delivering, how would you describe your experiences with Project Swaddle?
4. What kinds of resources have you been offered through Project Swaddle? These might be things that [Community Paramedic] helped you with or other people or organizations that they helped you connect with.
Completing the Program 1. Could you tell me a bit about how [Community Paramedic] wrapped-up your time with Project Swaddle?
2. What kinds of things did [Community Paramedic] do to help you transition out of Project Swaddle?
3. As you were finishing Project Swaddle, did [Community Paramedic] help connect you to other organizations or people who could help you?
Perceived Impact 1. Could you tell me a little bit about your health during pregnancy and after you delivered?
(Probe) You mentioned that, overall, you’re (mom’s words for health), how, if at all, do you think Project Swaddled helped you with your health?
(Probe) Is there anything else you think Project Swaddle could have done to help you and your baby be healthier?
2. How would you describe your baby’s health?
(Probe) How, if at all, do you think Project Swaddled helped you with your baby’s health?
(Probe) Is there anything else you think Project Swaddle could have done to help your baby be healthier?