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Table 3 Self-evaluation of medical ethical sensitivity development

From: Role of community health service programs in navigating the medical ethical slippery slope—a 10-year retrospective study among medical students from southern China

Frequency 1–5 ≥6 p-value
Graduates
 Great 11 (11.2%) 36 (40.0%) < 0.001
 Moderate 63 (54.3%) 42 (46.7%) 0.276
 Little 40 (34.5%) 12 (13.3%) 0.001
 Total 106 90  
Unergraduate Students
 Great 29 (34.9%) 31 (33.7%) 0.863
 Moderate 23 (27.7%) 31 (33.7%) 0.392
 Little 23 (27.7%) 14 (15.2%) 0.043
 Undecided 8 (9.6%) 16 (17.4%)
 Total 83 92  
  1. “Great/moderate/little” indicates the respondents’ opinion that CHS had a great/moderate/little effect on their ethical sensitivity development. “Undecided” indicates that the respondents could not make a choice
  2. *Significant level: p ≤ 0 .05