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Table 1 Respondent demographics

From: The design, fate and impact of a hospital-wide training program in evidence-based medicine for physicians – an observational study

Background Phase 1 trainers (n = 63) Phase 2 participants (n = 111) Total (n = 174)
Age, mean years (standard deviation, range) 45 (8, 31–64) 44 (10, 28–67) 45 (9, 28–67)
Sex (female/male; n=) 27/35 59/51 86/86
(n = 62) (n = 110) (n = 172)
Research experience: (n = 63) (n = 110) (n = 173)
 MD-PhD 56 % (n = 35) 48 % (n = 53) 51 % (n = 88)
 MD-doctoral student 14 % (n = 9) 15 % (n = 17) 15 % (n = 26)
 MD not in research training 30 % (n = 19) 36 % (n = 40) 34 % (n = 59)
Professional rank: (n = 62) (n = 107) (n = 169)
 Consultant 52 % (n = 32) 42 % (n = 45) 46 % (n = 77)
 Specialist 31 % (n = 19) 21 % (n = 22) 24 % (n = 41)
 Resident/intern 18 % (n = 11) 37 % (n = 40) 30 % (n = 51)
  1. Abbreviations: MD Medical doctor, PhD Doctor of philosophy