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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of qualitative study participants

From: Emotional experiences and coping strategies of nursing and midwifery practitioners in Ghana: a qualitative study

Code Age Marital status Religion Position Job title Cadre of nurse Years of practice
A 35–39 years Married Christian Managerial Principal nursing officer General nurse 10 years
B 30–34 years Married Christian Non-managerial Nursing officer Psychiatric Nurse 7 years
C 30–34 years Married Christian Managerial Nursing officer General nurse 8 years
D 55–59 years Married Christian Managerial Deputy director of nursing Psychiatric nurse 33 years
E 30–34 years Married Christian Managerial Nursing officer General Nurse 8 years
F 35–39 years Married Christian Managerial Nursing officer General nurse 11 years
G 25–29 years Married Muslim Non-managerial Nursing officer General Nurse 5 years
H 25–29 years Single Christian Managerial Nursing officer General nurse 5 years
I 55–59 years Married Christian Managerial Principal nursing officer General nurse 37 years
J 55–59 years Married Muslim Managerial Midwife Midwife 23 years
K 30–34 years Married Christian Non-managerial Midwife Midwife 7 years
L 30–34 years Married Christian Managerial Nursing officer Psychiatric nurse 9 years
M 30–34 years Married Christian Managerial Senior nurse officer Psychiatric nurse 7 years
N 55–59 years Separated Christian Managerial Principal nursing officer General nurse 36 years
O 30–39 years Single Christian Non-managerial Nursing officer General nurse 9 years