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Table 1 Demographic and background variables

From: Ob/Gyn resident self-perceived preparedness for minimally invasive surgery

VariableSenior Residents (N = 159)
Year in Residency
 Third74 (46.5)
 Fourth85 (53.5)
Medical Degree
 Allopathic140 (88.1)
 Osteopathic19 (11.9)
Gender
 Female130 (81.8)
 Male28 (17.6)
Race
 White/Caucasian105 (66.5)
 Black or African-American13 (8.2)
 Asian25 (15.8)
 From Multiple Races2 (1.3)
 Age Between 26 and 3090 (56.6)
Residency Training Type
 Academic96 (60.4)
 Community17 (10.7)
 Community-Academic Affiliated46 (28.9)
Geographic Region of Training
 North East75 (47.5)
 North West14 (8.9)
 South East49 (31.0)
 South West20 (12.6)
 Feel Prepared to Perform MIGS114 (76.19)
Applying for, or Accepted in, a Surgical Fellowshipa
 Yes40 (25.2)
 No108 (67.9)
Work in an Institution with Graduate(s) of a MIGS Fellowship
 Yes93 (58.5)
 No64 (40.3)
 Feel Prepared to Perform MIGS114 (76.19)
  1. Values reported as n (%)
  2. Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (MIGS)
  3. a Surgical fellowships included MIGS, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Gynecologic Oncology, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology