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Table 7 Institutional differences: observation and participation

From: The professionalism disconnect: do entering residents identify yet participate in unprofessional behaviors?

Q12 Behaviors Neither observed or participated Observed Participated p-value
Duke VMC/ECU Duke VMC/ECU Duke VMC/ECU
Attended a drug-rep sponsored dinner 23.40% 16.53% 26.79% 16.53% 49.81% 66.94% .0037
Use drug from sample cabinet for indigent patient 58.49% 47.11% 29.43% 28.93% 12.08% 23.97% .0086
"Blocked" admissions you thought inappropriate 34.34% 52.89% 48.68% 35.54% 16.98% 11.57% .0011
Celebrated a "blocked" admission 36.60% 55.37% 51.32% 37.19% 12.08% 7.44% .0007
Disparaged ER team/outpatient doctor to others for missed findings later discovered on the floor 36.60% 47.93% 52.08% 50.41% 11.32% 1.65% .0043
Friend-ed a patient on facebook 77.36% 86.78% 21.13% 12.40% 1.51% 0.83% .0311
Dated a patient 81.51% 90.08% 16.98% 9.09% 1.51% 0.83% .0327
Cheated on exam because no time to study 76.60% 88.43% 22.26% 11.57% 1.13% 0.00% .0062
Asked student to perform medical/surgical procedure on patient perceived beyond skill level 71.32% 80.99% 26.42% 17.36% 2.26% 1.65% .0455
Reported patient information (labs, test results) as normal when uncertain of the true results 65.28% 76.03% 30.19% 19.83% 4.53% 4.13% .0430
Written or called in a prescription for self 72.45% 83.47% 21.13% 13.22% 6.42% 3.31% .0182