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2011 North Carolina Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System Survey Results

PRENATAL CARE-CONTENT

During any of your prenatal care visits, did a doctor, nurse or other health care worker talk with you about ? DEPRESSION*

Demographic
Groups
Total
Respond.#
NO YES
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
Total 947 260 26.8 23.7-30.2 687 73.2 69.8-76.3
Age
< 20 years 68 11 20.0 10.9-33.9 57 80.0 66.1-89.1
20-24 years 234 54 22.1 16.5-28.9 180 77.9 71.1-83.5
25-34 years 500 145 28.8 24.5-33.5 355 71.2 66.5-75.5
35+ years 145 50 32.6 24.4-42.0 95 67.4 58.0-75.6
Race/Ethnicity
Non-Hispanic White 524 155 28.3 24.2-32.9 369 71.7 67.1-75.8
Non-Hispanic Black 240 53 22.2 16.5-29.3 187 77.8 70.7-83.5
Non-Hispanic Other 53 17 32.9 19.7-49.4 36 67.1 50.6-80.3
Latina 119 32 24.2 16.9-33.6 87 75.8 66.4-83.1
Education
< High School 169 31 16.7 11.0-24.4 138 83.3 75.6-89.0
High School 189 44 22.5 16.4-30.2 145 77.5 69.8-83.6
> High School 589 185 31.7 27.5-36.1 404 68.3 63.9-72.5
Marital Status
Married 558 184 32.8 28.6-37.4 374 67.2 62.6-71.4
Other 388 76 18.1 14.0-23.1 312 81.9 76.9-86.0
WIC recipient
No 462 160 35.8 31.0-41.0 302 64.2 59.0-69.0
Yes 481 99 18.5 14.8-22.8 382 81.5 77.2-85.2
Medicaid recipient
No 407 135 33.2 28.2-38.6 272 66.8 61.4-71.8
Yes 540 125 22.1 18.2-26.5 415 77.9 73.5-81.8
Infant's birth weight
Under 2500 grams 323 89 27.2 22.6-32.3 234 72.8 67.7-77.4
2500+ grams 624 171 26.8 23.4-30.4 453 73.2 69.6-76.6

*Asked of women who went for prenatal care.

~Low participation was a substantial problem for NC PRAMS in 2011.The overall weighted response rate was 54%.

*** This estimate was suppressed because it did not meet statistical reliability standards

#Use caution in interpreting cell sizes less than 50.
N = Cell Size, % = Percentage, C.I.(95%) = Confidence Interval (at 95 percent probability level).
The percentages shown are weighted percentages, designed to reflect the entire population of North Carolina women having a live birth.

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