Table 1.

Descriptive statistics of females enrolled in the OPNRP following an abnormal breast or cervical cancer screening test by intervention arm

Comparison clinics (N = 343)Intervention clinics (N = 458)Total (N = 801)
VariableN/mean (%/SD)N/mean (%/SD)N/mean (%/SD)
Individual level
 Age, y42.7 (15)45.8 (14.5)44.5 (14.8)
 Race
  White239 (70.9)329 (71.8)568 (71.4)
  African American76 (22.6)91 (19.9)167 (21)
  Other22 (6.5)38 (8.3)60 (7.5)
 Education level
  <High school15 (4.4)24 (5.2)39 (4.9)
  High school34 (10.0)73 (15.9)107 (13.4)
  Some college/associate's degree126 (37.2)144 (31.4)270 (33.9)
  College grad/graduate degree164 (48.4)217 (47.4)381 (47.8)
 Health insurance
  Private239 (72.6)313 (69.9)552 (71)
  Public81 (24.6)114 (25.4)195 (25.1)
  Uninsured9 (2.7)21 (4.7)30 (3.9)
 Stress level (STRM score)21.4 (8.2)21 (8.4)21.2 (8.3)
 Family support (PSS-Family)15.9 (5.6)16.1 (5.3)16.0 (5.4)
 Friend support (PSS friend)16.8 (4.4)16.7 (4.1)16.7 (4.2)
 Home-to-clinic distance (mi)8.7 (12.0)9.0 (10.2)8.9 (11.0)
Neighborhood level
 Percent without a bachelor's degree65.6 (21.4)64.2 (20.3)64.8 (20.1)
 Percent without a high school diploma13.6 (11.3)12.1 (11.0)12.8 (11.2)
 Median household income47,846 (20157)52,660 (22624)50,592 (21717)
 Percent impoverished8.6 (9.4)7.4 (9.1)7.9 (9.2)
 Percent unemployed4.2 (3.4)3.9 (3.4)4.0 (3.4)
 African American segregation (Gini coefficient)0.70 (0.12)0.69 (0.14)0.69 (0.13)