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Table 4 Number (N) and percentage (%) of respondents scoring >250 on "importance-of-gender"-scale (agreeing to the importance of gender in professional relationships). Adjusted OR (95 % confidence interval) for scoring > 250 on "importance-of-gender"-scale (multivariate logistic regression analysis).

From: Gender awareness among physicians – the effect of specialty and gender. A study of teachers at a Swedish medical school

  All respondents Men Women
  N % OR (CI) N % OR (CI) N % OR (CI)
Total 173 63        
Gender          
Men 106 56 1       
Women 67 78 2.4 (1.2 – 4.6)       
Specialty          
Surgical drs 42 51 1 30 45 1 12 75 1
Non-surgical drs 76 67 1.9 (1.0 – 3.5) 49 61 2.1 (1.0 – 4.2) 27 79 1.2 (0.2 – 8.1)
Family physicians 38 76 2.8 (1.1 – 6.4) 18 69 3.2 (1.1 – 8.8) 20 83 1.3 (0.2 – 7.8)
Age          
≤45 71 71 1 39 67 1 32 76 1
>45 102 59 0.6 (0.3 – 1.2) 67 52 0.4 (0.1 – 1.1) 35 81 1.3 (0.4 – 4.0)
Academic degree          
PhD 71 60 1 55 57 1 16 73 1
MD 98 67 0.8 (0.4 – 1.5) 49 57 0.7 (0.3 – 1.5) 49 80 1.1 (0.2 – 4.7)
Years worked          
≤15 67 69 1 36 63 1 31 78 1
>15 102 60 0.9 (0.4 – 1.9) 68 54 0.9 (0.3 – 2.3) 34 81 1.3 (0.4 – 4.0)