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Table 2 Clinical rotation of the participants

From: A night on call or an overnight shift does not reduce residents’ empathy: a randomized crossover multicenter survey

  The first time survey The second time survey
  Group A Group B p value Group A Group B p value
Internal Medicine 41 (36.94%) 42 (46.15%) 0.19 33 (36.26%) 48 (45.71%) 0.18
General Surgery 10 (9.01%) 9 (9.89%) 0.83 8 (8.79%) 11 (10.48%) 0.69
EM/ICUa 18 (16.21%) 7 (7.69%) 0.07 9 (9.89%) 12 (11.43%) 0.72
Pediatrics 3 (2.70%) 2 (2.20%) 1.00 3 (3.30%) 1 (0.95%) 0.34
Orthopedics 1 (0.90%) 1 (1.10%) 1.00 0 (0%) 1 (0.95%) 1.00
Neurosurgery 4 (3.60%) 0 (0%) 0.13 3 (3.30%) 0 (0%) 0.10
Anesthesiology 4 (3.60%) 4 (4.40%) 1.00 3 (3.30%) 3 (2.86%) 1.00
Obstetrics and Gynecology 8 (7.21%) 2 (2.20.%) 0.19 6 (6.59%) 3 (2.86%) 0.31
Psychiatry 3 (2.70%) 5 (5.49%) 0.47 3 (3.30%) 6 (5.71%) 0.51
Others 18 (16.21%) 17 (18.68%) 0.71 18 (19.78%) 18 (17.14%) 0.63
No answer 0 (0%) 3 (3.30%) 0.09 4 (4.40%) 2 (1.90%) 0.42
  1. aEM/ICU emergency medicine and critical medicine