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Table 1 General characteristics of the 108 interventions

From: A governmental program to encourage medical students to deliver primary prevention: experiment and evaluation in a French faculty of medicine

Intervention theme
   N students (%)
Nutrition   79 (23.2)
Specific subtheme(s) (optional)   26
  Good quality food 15 (57.7)
  Cardiovascular Risk Factors 10 (38.5)
  Dental health 1 (3.8)
Physical activity   68 (19.9)
Specific subtheme(s) (optional)   18
  Overweight / obesity 4 (22.2)
  Sports 3 (16.7)
  Others 11
Addiction   88 (25.8)
Specific subtheme(s) (optional)   56
  Alcohol 44 (78.6)
  Tobacco 33 (58.9)
  Drugs 18 (32.1)
  Screen 7 (12.5)
  Food habits 2 (3.6)
Sexuality   106 (31.1)
Specific subtheme(s) (optional)   70
  Sexually transmitted infection 46 (68.7)
  Contraception 40 (59.7)
  Sexual consent 9 (13.4)
  Termination of pregnancy 7 (10.4)
Intervention components
  Discussion/Counselling 80 (74.0%)
  Oral presentation 74 (68.5%)
  Questionnaires/survey 67 (62.0%)
  Challenges/serious games 31 (28.7%)
  Clinical measures 13 (12.0%)
  Rewards or goodies 12 (11.1%)
  Delivery of written information 12 (11.1%)
   Med (Q1-Q3)
Number of components by intervention   2.5 (1.5; 3.5)
Intervention duration (minutes)   45 (10; 60)
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