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Table 3 Participants’ level of agreement on opinion questions about pain content in healthcare professionals’ curricula by discipline

From: Pain curricula across healthcare professions undergraduate degrees: a cross-sectional study in Catalonia, Spain

  Dentistry Human Nutrition and Dietetics Medicine Nursing Occupational Therapy Pharmacy Physiotherapy Podiatry Psychology Veterinary Science
Importance of pain education in the training of their students, future clinicians 4.85 (0.36) 4.09 (0.89) 4.09 (0.89) 4.81 (0.4) 4.47 (0.52) 4.2 (0.62) 4.77 (0.56) 4.73 (0.59) 3.81 (0.91) 4.52 (0.75)
Adequacy of the pain education provided in their curriculum 3.59 (0.89) 2.91 (0.89) 2.91 (0.89) 3.26 (0.91) 3.00 (1.13) 3.50 (0.69) 3.16 (0.91) 3.27 (0.96) 2.83 (0.85) 3.22 (0.93)
Need for additional time and resources for pain education in their curriculum, importance of pain curricula in undergraduate degrees 4.06 (0.85) 3.53 (0.84) 3.53 (0.84) 4.03 (0.74) 3.87 (0.64) 3.35 (0.67) 4.09 (0.84) 3,93 (0.70) 3.51 (0.82) 3.63 (0.88)
  1. Note: Data is presented as Mean (SD); Range of responses = 1–5