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Table 1 CCT enrollment and elective structure showing research participation in the mindfulness inventory and subjective/qualitative feedback

From: Compassion cultivation training promotes medical student wellness and enhanced clinical care

CCT Cohort Elective Experience Enrolled (n) M2 (n) M4 (n) Paired KIMS (n)1 Subjective/Qualitative Feedback
2015 Full-Length 6 6 0 6 Post-course Survey (2016, n = 4)
2016 Full-Length 19 7 12 5 Course Evaluation (2016, n = 17)
Post-course Survey (2016, n = 6)2
2017 Abbreviated 20 7 13 16 Combined post-course survey and course evaluation (2017, n = 17)
  1. 1 An individual’s data from the Kentucky Inventory of Mindfulness Skills (KIMS) were included only if both the pre-test and post-test were identified and thus able to be paired
  2. 2 The six students who answered the post-course survey had also completed the non-redundant course evaluation so are not counted in duplicate in the qualitative total of 38 students reported in the text