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Table 3 Barriers that limit students’ involvement in health promotion cousseling practice (N = 51)

From: Pharmacy students’ provision of health promotion counseling services during a community pharmacy clerkship: a cross sectional study, Northwest Ethiopia

Barrier Response
SD D A SA
Lack of time by clients 5 (9.8%) 14 (27.5%) 27 (52.9%) 5 (9.8%)
Lack of interest by clients 5 (9.8%) 14 (27.5%) 25 (49%) 7 (13.7%)
Absence of standard guideline for the services 10 (19.6%) 14 (27.5%) 18 (35.3%) 9 (17.6%)
Lack of training/knowledge 9 (17.7%) 17 (33.3%) 20 (39.2%) 5 (9.8%)
Lack of confidence 10 (19.6%) 20 (39.2%) 19 (37.3%) 2 (3.9%)
I have no interest 22 (43.1%) 18 (35.3%) 8 (15.7%) 3 (5.9%)
  1. SD strongly disagree, D disagree, A agree, SA strongly agree