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Table 12 Number (%) of applications for specialty training by type of CT1/ST1 medicine programme

From: Impact of accelerated, graduate-entry medicine courses: a comparison of profile, success, and specialty destination between graduate entrants to accelerated or standard medicine courses in UK

Specialty 4-yr Apply 5-yr Apply Chi-square p 4-yr Appointed 5-yr Appointed Chi-square p
ACCS (acute care common stem (acute medicine, anaesthesia, emergency medicine) 95 (6.1%) 50 (5.0%) 2.248 p = .134  
Anaesthetics 15 0 10.11 p = .001  
Core medicine 325 (20.7%) 205 (20.5%) .856 p = .355 155/325 (47.7%) 85/205 (41.5%) 1.711 p = .191
Core psychiatry 80 (5.2%) 55 (5.7%) .052 p = .819  
Core surgery 145 (9.1%) 100 (9.9%) .019 p = .891 35/145 (24.1%) 30/100 (30.0%) 1.018 p = .313
General Practice 605 (38.2%) 395 (39.6%) .369 p = .543 110/605 (18.5%) 50/395 (12.7%) 7.73 p = .005
Paediatrics 105 (6.7%) 60 (6.2%) .779 p = .377 10/105 (9.5%) 5/60 (8.3%) .787 p = .375
O & G (obstetrics and gynaecology) 50 (3.1%) 35 (3.6%) .189 p = .664  
Radiology 50 (3.1%) 35 (3.4%) .027 p = .869  
Broad-based training 30 (1.9%) 20 .000 p = .989  
Ophthalmology 30 (1.8%) 15 .675 p = .411  
Histopathology 25 (1.5%) 15 .386 p = .534  
Total 1585 (100%) 773 (100%)     
  1. Note that because of statistical disclosure controls, frequencies are rounded and percentages sometimes omitted (see Methods). All chi-square statistics have 1 df