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Table 5 Demographic data of journal club participants. Demographic data of the medical education journal club participants that responded the evaluation questionnaire, postgraduate studies division, UNAM faculty of medicine (n = 22)

From: Eight years’ experience with a Medical Education Journal Club in Mexico: a quasi-experimental one-group study

Gender Male = 18 (82 %) Female = 4 (18 %)
Age (mean ± SD) 60.4 ± 10.5 years (Range 36 to 83)
Highest degree earned College = 2 (9 %), Master = 5 (23 %), Medical specialty = 10 (45 %), PhD = 5 (23 %)
Professional field Medicine = 19 (88 %), Sociology = 1 (4 %), Psychology = 1 (4 %), Pedagogy = 1 (4 %)
Medical specialty Family medicine = 3 General surgery = 2
Internal medicine = 2 Neurosurgery = 1
Pathology = 1 Otolaryngology = 2
Oncology = 1 Epidemiology = 1
Critical care = 1 Pneumology = 1
Psychiatry = 2 Rehabilitation
Pediatrics = 1 medicine = 1
Direct contact with residents in teaching activities Yes = 17 (77 %) No = 5 (23 %)
Number of MECJ sessions attended last year (median ± IQR) 9 ± 3
Formal training in medical education Diplomate = 10, Masters = 1, PhD = 2, Other = 2, No = 6