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Table 2 Participant Demographic Information

From: The effectiveness and feasibility of TREAT (Tailoring Research Evidence and Theory) journal clubs in allied health: a randomised controlled trial

  TREAT (n = 61)
Freq. (%)
Standard (n = 64)
Freq. (%)
Gendera Male 12 (19.7) 6 (9.4)
Female 49 (80.3) 57 (89.1)
Age Rangea 20–29 17 (27.9) 30 (46.9)
30–39 25 (41.0) 20 (31.3)
40–49 11 (18.0) 5 (7.8)
50–59 8 (13.1) 6 (9.4)
60–69 2 (3.1)
Allied Health Profession Dietician 23 (37.7) 2 (3.1)
Social Worker 1 (1.6) 1 (1.6
Psychologist 2 (3.3)
Occupational Therapist 8 (13.1) 6 (9.4)
Speech Pathologist 23 (35.9)
Physiotherapist 11 (18.0) 2 (3.1)
OT Assistant 3 (4.9) 2 (3.1)
Nurse 9 (14.8) 5 (7.8)
Allied Health Assistant 1 (1.6) 1 (1.6)
Podiatrist 1 (1.6)
Exercise Physiologist 1 (1.6)
Pharmacist 1 (1.6) 22 (34.4)
Clinical Experience (Yrs)a, b < 2 7 (11.5) 18 (28.1)
2–5 14 (23.0) 15 (23.4)
5–10 18 (29.5) 12 (18.8)
10–15 10 (16.4) 8 (12.5)
> 15 11 (18.0) 10 (15.6)
Higher Researchc, d None 53 (86.9) 51 (79.7)
Graduate Diploma 5 (7.8)
Honours 2 (3.3) 2 (3.1)
Masters of Research 2 (3.1)
Masters + PhD 1 (1.6)
Masters – Other 2 (3.3) 1 (1.6)
Post Graduate Cert 1 (1.6)
  1. aStandard n = 63; bTREAT n = 60; cTREAT n = 59; dStandard n = 61