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Table 1 Gender, training setting, learning activities, number of learning activities, and students' evaluations of the program N = 645

From: Does community-based education increase students' motivation to practice community health care? - a cross sectional study

Gender   
   Male 494 (76.6)
   Female 151 (23.4)
Training setting   
   Hospital 237 (36.7)
   Hospital and clinic 355 (55.0)
   Clinic 53 (8.2)
Learning Activities   
   Ambulatroy care 645 (100.0)
   Home care 580 (89.9)
   Hospital care 566 (87.8)
   Placement in mobile clinics 483 (74.9)
   On-call work 482 (74.7)
   Placement in welfare facilities* 444 (68.8)
   Health education 431 (66.8)
   Day services 404 (62.6)
   Health check-ups 374 (58.0)
   Rihabilitation 368 (57.1)
   Vaccination 251 (38.9)
Number of learning activities, Mean ± SD 7.8 ± 1.8
   1-4 items 30 (4.7)
   5-7 items 225 (34.9)
   8-11 items 390 (60.5)
Students' evaluations for the program(VAS score, 0-100), Mean ± SD 90.1 ± 13.3
   The physician-teachers were enthusiastic.  
   The physician-teachers took enough time. 88.4 ± 14.0
   The program was a worthwhile learning experience. 87.3 ± 15.6
  1. n(%). Abbrevation: SD, standard deviation; VAS, visual analogue scale * Welfare fasilities: welfare institution or nursing home for the aged.