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Table 1 Training quality, coworkers attitudes and knowledge towards influenza and influenza vaccination among Italian medical residents

From: Could university training and a proactive attitude of coworkers be associated with influenza vaccination compliance? A multicentre survey among Italian medical residents

Explored item or dimension n = 2,506
  n (%)
Training quality on influenza and influenza vaccination during degree
 - excellent 42 (1.7)
 - good 441 (17.6)
 - satisfactory 1,002 (40.0)
 - fair 784 (31.3)
 - poor 237 (9.4)
Training quality on influenza and influenza vaccination during post graduate medical school
 - excellent 49 (2.0)
 - good 303 (12.0)
 - satisfactory 661 (26.4)
 - fair 777 (31.0)
 - poor 716 (28.6)
Adherence to influenza vaccination among post graduate medical school tutors
 - ≤ 90 % of tutors 133 (5.3)
 - ≤ 50 % of tutors 70 (2.8)
 - ≥ 25 % of tutors 509 (20.3)
 - none of tutors 144 (5.7)
 - do not know 1,650 (65.8)
Adherence to influenza vaccination among other post graduate medical school MRs
 - ≤ 90 % of MRs 53 (2.1)
 - ≤ 50 % of MRs 50 (2.0)
 - ≥ 25 % of MRs 665 (26.5)
 - none of tutors 424 (16.9)
 - do not know 1,314 (52.4)
Knowledge about the influenza vaccine virus composition for 2011–2012 season
 - correct information 593 (23.7)
 - erroneous information 538 (21.5)
 - do not know 1,375 (54.8)
Main informative sources on influenza vaccination
 - none 1,684 (67.2)
 - not interested 509 (20.4)
 - recommendation of Health Minister/International Authorities 79 (3.1)
 - scientific sources 109 (4.3)
 - others (mass media, blog, internet, facebook, word of mouth among HCWs, etc…) 125 (5.0)