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Table 1 Existing clinical specialties for survey respondents

From: Medical graduate views on statistical learning needs for clinical practice: a comprehensive survey

Specialty (frequency) aTotal
Allergy, Infectious diseases and virology9
 Allergy (1), Infection control (1), Infections in haematology (1),
 Medical microbiology (4), Virology (2)
 
Critical and intensive care9
 Critical care (7), Intensive care (2) 
Diabetes and Endocrinology14
 Diabetes (7), Endocrinology (7) 
Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition9
 Gastroenterology (6), Hepatology (2), Nutrition (1) 
Obstetrics, gynaecology and neonatology27
 Fetal medicine (1), Genitourinary medicine (1), Obstetrics and gynaecology (18), Neonatology (2), Reproductive Health (1), Reproductive medicine (2), Sexual health (2) 
Oncology6
 Gynaecological oncology (1), Oncology (4), Respiratory oncology (1) 
Paediatrics and child health15
 Community child health (1), Paediatric haematology (2), Paediatric neurology (2), Paediatric respiratory medicine (4), Paediatrics (6) 
Pathology8
 Clinical biochemistry (1), Pathology (7) 
Psychiatry40
 Psychiatry (13), Adult psychiatry (14), Child and adolescent psychiatry (5), Forensic psychiatry (1), Neuropsychiatry (1), Old age psychiatry (6)) 
Surgery42
 Breast surgery (4), Cardiothoracic surgery (1), Colorectal surgery (4) General surgery (9), Head and neck surgery (1), Hepatobiliary surgery (3), Neurosurgery (1), Orthopaedic surgery (7), Plastic and reconstructive surgery (2), Spinal surgery (1), Transplant surgery (3), Urology (3), Vascular surgery (3) 
Otherb142
 Acute medicine (7), Addiction medicine (3), Alcohol and substance misuse (2), Anaesthesiology (19), Cardiology (6), Clinical genetics (1), Clinical Pharmacology (2), Dermatology (3), ENT (2), General medicine (1), Geriatric medicine (8), Haematology (2), Neurology (5), Ophthalmology (2), Pain management (6), Palliative medicine (2), Patients with learning disabilities (1), Primary healthcare (14), Public Health (6), Clinical radiology (6), Rehabilitation (4), Renal medicine (4), Respiratory medicine (6), Rheumatology (3), Sleep medicine (1), Sport and exercise medicine (1), Stroke medicine (4), Toxicology (1), Transplant Medicine (1), None (19) 
Total321
  1. aFrequencies pertain to the number of occurrences of the corresponding specialty across free text responses to Q. 12 of the study questionnaire. As respondents were required to list all of their existing specialties, the total frequency exceeds the number of respondents
  2. bThe general category ‘Other’ is used to refer to those specialties which were identified as not falling under broader clinical categories during the classification of respondent data