Table 4

Comparison of Satisfaction with Maternity Care between Newcomer and Canadian-born women using weighted proportions
Newcomer Canadian-born P-value
n = 140 n = 1137
Weighted mean 95% CI Weighted mean 95% CI
Satisfaction with pregnancy care
Satisfied with information from providers 0.24
Very satisfied 57.8 49.1, 66.1 64.2 61.2, 67.1
Somewhat satisfied 30.5 23.2, 39.0 27.7 25.0, 30.5
*Indifferent or dissatisfied 11.7 8.1
Satisfied with provider competency 0.52
Very satisfied 73.8 65.4, 80.7 77.7 75.1, 80.1
Somewhat satisfied 21.6 15.3, 29.6 16.1 14.0, 18.5
Indifferent or dissatisfied 4.6 6.1
Satisfied with provider concern for your privacy 0.86
Very satisfied 74.8 66.5, 81.6 76.6 73.9, 79.1
Somewhat satisfied 17.2 11.6, 24.7 15.8 13.7, 18.1
Indifferent or dissatisfied 8.1 7.6
Satisfied with respect from provider 0.79
Very satisfied Over 97%** 79.2 76.6, 81.6
Somewhat satisfied Suppressed 15.4 13.4, 17.7
Indifferent or dissatisfied Suppressed 5.4
Satisfied with say in decision-making 0.17
Very satisfied 67.1 58.4, 74.7 73.7 70.9, 76.3
Somewhat satisfied 25.9 19.0, 34.2 20.6 18.2, 23.2
Indifferent or dissatisfied 7.0 5.7
Overall satisfaction questions
Satisfied with healthcare received since birth 0.03
Very satisfied 56.1 47.4, 64.5 69.4 66.5, 72.2
Somewhat satisfied 34.7 27.0, 43.4 21.2 18.8, 23.8
Indifferent or dissatisfied 9.2 9.4

*For those who were “indifferent” or “dissatisfied” the numbers were too small in either group to create meaningful CI’s and between group differences were only found for those “satisfied” or “somewhat satisfied”.

**Very satisfied and somewhat satisfied.

Mumtaz et al.

Mumtaz et al. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2014 14:4   doi:10.1186/1471-2393-14-4

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