Table 1

Sociodemographic data (n=406; significant results in bold)

Biomedical
204
Humanised
202
p Value
Models of birthN (%)N (%)
Age (year)0.214
 ≤186 (3)2 (1)
 19–35145 (71.8)150 (74.2)
 ≥3551 (25.2)50 (25.8)
Ethnicity/nationality0.0005
 Spain171 (83.8)123 (60.9)
 Other European countries8 (3.9)51 (25.3)
 South American20 (9.8)18 (8.9)
 African4 (2)9 (4.5)
Marital status0.351
 Married/cohabiting196 (96.1)191 (94.6)
 Single8 (3.9)7 (3.5)
 Others0 (0)2 (1)
Education0.078
 Elementary school69 (33.3)76 (37.6)
 High school56 (27.4)73 (36.1)
 University77 (37.7)51 (25.2)
Employment status0.590
 Employed109 (53.4)101 (50)
 Unemployed92 (45.1)95 (47)
Parity0.165
 Primiparous110 (53.9)95 (47)
 Multiparous94 (46.1)107 (53)
Prenatal classes0.437
 Yes105 (51.5)95 (47)
 No98 (48)104 (51.5)
Twin pregnancy0.713
 Yes4 (2)3 (1.5)
 No200 (98)199 (98.5)
  • In table 1, some participants have missing data. In the biomedical model: one in the ethnicity variable, three in the education variable, three in the ‘labour situation’ variable and one in the ‘prenatal classes’ variable. In the humanised model: one in the ethnicity variable, two in the ‘marital status’ variable, two in the education variable, six in the ‘labour situation variable’ and three in the ‘prenatal classes’ variable. These data were provided in the sociodemographic questionnaire completed by the women who participated in the study.