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Table 2 Class composition and student demographics according to the academic year, gender, and cohort

From: The role of an educational vignette to teach dental students on issues of substance use and mental health disorders in patients at the University of British Columbia: an exploratory qualitative study

Academic year Gender: Male/Female
N (%)
Cohort:a DMD / DHYG
N (%)
2015/16 Male – 27 (37.5) DMD – 23 (85.2)
DHYG – 4 (14.8)
27
Female – 45 (62.5) DMD – 24 (53.4)
DHYG – 21 (46.6)
45
  72 (100)
2016/17 Male – 31 (35.2) DMD – 28 (90.3)
DHYG – 3 (09.7)
31
Female – 57 (64.8) DMD – 32 (56.1)
DHYG – 25 (43.9)
57
  88 (100)
2017/18 Male – 32 (38.1) DMD – 29 (90.9)
DHYG – 3 (09.1)
32
Female – 52 (61.9) DMD – 27 (51.9)
DHYG – 25 (48.1)
52
  84 (100)
2018/19 Male – 46 (58.2) DMD – 30 (91.0)
DHYG – 3 (09.0)
33
Female – 33 (41.8) DMD – 26 (56.5)
DHYG – 20 (43.4)
46
  79 (100)
  1. aDMD Doctor of Medicine and Dentistry, DHYG Dental Hygiene