Skip to main content

Table 6 Opinions about training among village doctors participants (n = 384)

From: Does exam-targeted training help village doctors pass the certified (assistant) physician exam and improve their practical skills? A cross-sectional analysis of village doctors’ perspectives in Changzhou in Eastern China

Viable Percentage (%)
Who organized the training
 Township 31.51
 County 46.61
 Prefecture-level city 18.23
 Province 3.65
The place of training
 Township 47.40
 County 34.90
 Prefecture-level city 17.70
Helpfulness in preparing for the exam
 Very helpful 33.59
 Helpful 52.60
 A little helpful 11.46
 Not helpful 2.35
Frequency of traininga
 Having attended weekly school 61.46
 Having attended continuous training for weeks in school 35.16
 Having attended monthly school 14.32
The most effective way of training
 Continuous training for weeks in school 40.36
 Weekly school 29.95
 Monthly school 11.98
 On one’s own 9.90
 By internet 6.51
 Other 1.30
The major content of traininga
 Basic medical knowledge 82.29
 Clinical medicine 91.93
 Preventive medicine 79.95
 Practical operation 79.95
Autonomy of attending the training
 Required by the township hospital 70.57
 Attending the training voluntarily 29.43
Out-of-pocket expenses of the latest training (yuan)
 0–499 13.80
 500–999 25.78
 1000–1999 15.62
 2000–2999 8.07
 3000–3999 5.21
 4000–4999 9.90
 5000–9999 15.89
 10,000–15,000 5.73
  1. aMore than one response possible