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Table 1 Demographics of respondents for whom data is available.

From: Are Canadian General Internal Medicine training program graduates well prepared for their future careers?

  Number Percentage
PRACTICE TYPE:
Community-based without a university appointment 53 37.32 %
Community-based with a university appointment 27 19.01 %
University-based full time 38 26.76 %
Hospital-based 75 52.82 %
Office-based 11 7.75 %
Both Hospital and Office – based. 44 30.99 %
CATCHMENT AREA:
Rural 17 11.97 %
Small (< 100,000) urban 21 14.79 %
Large (> 100,000) urban 92 64.79 %
> 100 km from tertiary care centre 14 9.86 %
CLINICAL PRACTICE:
> 75 % General Internal Medicine 101 71.13 %
SPECIAL CLINICAL INTEREST IN:
ICU 38 26.76 %
CCU 31 21.83 %
Cardiology 52 36.62 %
Diabetes 30 21.13 %
Gastroenterology 10 7.04 %
Endocrinology 15 10.56 %
Respirology 15 10.56 %
Medical problems in pregnancy 17 11.97 %
Pre-operative consultation 41 28.87 %
OTHER TRAINING OR INTEREST:
Clinical epidemiology 25 17.61 %
Medical education 35 24.65 %
Public health 3 2.11 %
Health services 4 2.82 %
Ethics 6 4.23 %
Health Administration 8 5.63 %