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Table 3 Results of conceptual mapping of included references

From: Community-based interventions for improving maternal health and for reducing maternal health inequalities in high-income countries: a systematic map of research

Coding categories All (n = 119) Randomised control trials (n = 95) Systematic reviews (n = 24)
Countries    
Australia   13 (13.7%) 12 (50.0%)*
Canada   14 (14.7%) 14 (58.3%)
United Kingdom   16 (16.8%) 17 (70.8%)
United States   42 (44.2%) 18 (75.0%)
Other HIC   10 (10.6%) 15 (62.5%)
Topic    
Birth preparedness 9 (7.6%) 8 (8.4%) 1 (4.2%)
Breastfeeding 27 (22.7%) 16 (16.8%) 11 (45.8%)
Drug use 4 (3.7%) 4 (4.2%) 0 (0.0%)
Family planning 7 (5.8%) 7 (7.4%) 0 (0.0%)
Nutrition and/or physical activity 5 (4.2%) 5 (5.3%) 0 (0.0%)
Parenting and child care 27 (22.7%) 24 (25.3%) 3 (12.5%)
Post-natal depression 30 (25.2%) 24 (25.3%) 6 (25.0%)
Smoking cessation 5 (4.2%) 4 (4.2%) 1 (4.2%)
Other 5 (4.2%) 3 (3.1%) 2 (8.3%)
Intervention delivery    
Home only 44 (37.0%) 40 (42.1%) 4 (16.7%)
Peer only 6 (5.0%) 4 (4.2%) 2 (8.3%)
Telephone only 7 (5.9%) 6 (6.3%) 1 (4.2%)
Combined community settings 32 (26.9%) 21 (22.1%) 11 (45.8%)
Combined community and health facility 30 (25.2%) 24 (25.3%) 6 (25%)
Intervention provider    
Community volunteer 5 (4.2%) 4 (4.2%) 1 (4.2%)
Peer 23 (19.3%) 21 (22.1%) 2 (8.3%)
Health Professional 61 (51.3%) 52 (54.8%) 9 (37.5%)
Combined health worker and peer and/or community volunteer 26 (21.8%) 14 (14.7%) 12 (50.0%)
Other 4 (3.4%) 4 (4.2%) 0 (0.0%)
Population targeted    
PROGRESS Plus group 39 (32.8%) 35 (36.8%) 4 (16.7%)
Universal 80 (67.2%) 60 (63.2%) 20 (83.3%)
  1. *The percentage represents the number of times that there are one or more studies from the country in the 24 systematic reviews included in this scoping study.