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Table 3 Demographic characteristics of study participants

From: Changing professional behaviours: mixed methods study utilising psychological theories to evaluate an educational programme for UK medical doctors

   n (%) Statistics
LRMP Total Control DoaD
Gender
 Male 54.5% 92 (44.9%) 48 (51.1%) 44 (40.0%) χ2(2) = 3.916; p = .141
 Female 45.5% 111 (54.1%) 45 (47.9%) 66 (60.0%)
 Prefer not to say   1 (0.5%) 1 (1.1%) -
Ethnicity
 White 52.4% 141 (68.8%) 80 (85.1%) 61 (55.0%) χ2(2) = 21.549; p < .001
 BME 31.8% 55 (26.8%) 12 (12.8%) 43 (38.7%)
 Prefer not to say/other 15.8% 9 (4.4%) 2 (2.1%) 7 (6.3%)
Region of primary medical qualification
 UK 63% 132 (64.4%) 80 (85.1%) 52 (46.8%) χ2(1) = 32.493; p < .001
 Non-UK 37% 73 (35.6%) 14 (14.9%) 59 (53.2%)
Role
 Consultant 31.6% 100 (48.8%) 67 (71.3%) 33 (29.7%) χ2(2) = 42.904; p < .001
 Trainees 21% 36 (17.6%) 16 (17.0%) 20 (18.0%)
 Other (e.g, Staff Grade, Associate Specialist, etc.) 23.3% 68 (33.7%) 11 (11.7%) 58 (52.3%)
Experience working as a doctor in the UK (years)
 < 1 n/a 35 (17.1%) 3 (3.2%) 32 (28.8%) χ2(4) = 44.010; p < .001
 1–4 n/a 29 (14.1%) 8 (8.5%) 21 (18.9%)
 5–10 n/a 22 (10.7%) 9 (9.6%) 13 (11.7%)
 11–20 n/a 57 (27.8%) 28 (29.8%) 29 (26.1%)
 > 21 n/a 62 (30.2%) 46 (48.9%) 16 (14.4%)
Total number   205 94 111  
  1. Note. LRMP List of Registered Medical Practitioners, BME Black and minority ethnic background
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