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Table 4 Frequency of correct identification of medical and non-medical occupations

From: Widening interest, widening participation: factors influencing school students’ aspirations to study medicine

Medical occupations Session 2 Session 3 Non-medical occupations Session 2 Session 3
General practitioner 8 (100%) 8 (100%) Dentist 5 (62%) 4 (50%)
Paediatrician 8 (100%) 8 (100%) Pharmacist 5 (62%) 3 (38%)
Radiologist 8 (100%) 8 (100%) Optician 4 (50%) 3 (38%)
Anaesthetist 7 (88%) 8 (100%) Psychologist 4 (50%) 5 (62%)
Cardiologist 7 (88%) 7 (88%) Midwife 3 (38%) 2 (25%)
Psychiatrist 7 (88%) 6 (75%) Chiropractor 2 (25%) 4 (50%)
Surgeon 7 (88%) 8 (100%) Paramedic 2 (25%) 2 (25%)
Forensic pathologist 2 (25%) 2 (25%) Physiotherapist 2 (25%) 3 (38%)
Microbiologist 2 (25%) 2 (25%) Podiatrist 1 (12%) 1 (12%)
  1. Frequency indicates the number of 8 groups to correctly identify each response