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Table 1 Child, Parent, and Household Characteristics According to Connect for Health Intervention Arm

From: Family-centeredness of childhood obesity interventions: psychometrics & outcomes of the family-centered care assessment tool

 No. (%)   
OverallEnhanced Primary CareEnhanced Primary Care plus Health CoachP Value
 N = 629N = 316N = 313 
Child Characteristics
 Age, mean (SD)8.04 (2.98)7.96 (3.0)8.12 (2.96)0.52
 Sex0.55
  Male301 (47.90%)147 (46.5%)154 (49.2%) 
  Female328 (52.1%)169 (53.5%)159 (50.8%) 
 Race/ ethnicity0.32
  Non-Hispanic white223 (35.5%)119 (37.7%)104 (33.2%) 
  Non-Hispanic black215 (34.2%)99 (31.3%)116 (37.1%) 
  Hispanic/Latino132 (21.0%)71 (22.5%)61 (19.5%) 
  Other59 (9.38%)27 (8.54%)32 (10.2%) 
 BMI, mean (SD)23 (4.81)23 (4.62)23 (5.01)0.82
 BMI z-score, mean (SD)1.89 (0.52)1.91 (0.51)1.87 (0.53)0.28
Parent Characteristics
 Age, mean (SD)38.6 (7.31)38.8 (7.57)38.3 (7.04)0.37
BMI
   < 25140 (22.8%)70 (22.9%)70 (22.7%)0.99
  25–29210 (34.1%)105 (33.2%)105 (34.0%) 
   ≥ 30265 (43.1%)131 (41.5%)134 (43.4%) 
 Income0.03
   ≤ $50,000261 (42.3%)118 (37.9%)143 (46.7%) 
   > $50,000356 (57.7%)193 (62.1%)163 (53.3%) 
 Education, < college graduate302 (48.2%)163 (51.6%)139 (44.7%)0.10