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Table 2 Demographics of participants

From: Long term tailored implementation of structured “TREAT” journal clubs in allied health: a hybrid effectiveness-implementation study

Demographics N (%)
132 unique participants
Gender
 Male 21 (15.9%)
 Female 111 (84.1%)
Age (years)
 20–29 71 (53.8%)
 30–39 41 (31.1%)
 40–49 16 (12.1%)
 50–59 4 (3.0%)
Profession
 Dietician 3 (2.3%)
 Pharmacist 18 (13.6%)
 Dentist 18 (13.6%)
 Psychologist 1 (0.8%)
 Occupational Therapist 45 (34.1%)
 Speech Pathologist 45 (34.1%)
 Physiotherapist 1 (0.8%)
 Allied Health Assistant 1 (0.8%)
Setting
 Community setting 17 (13.1%)
 Hospital Outpatient 7 (5.4%)
 Inpatient Acute 67 (51.5%)
 Multiple 28 (21.5%)
 Clinical Education 3 (2.3%)
 Inpatient Mental health 1 (0.8%)
Clinical experience (years)
 Less than 2 26 (19.4%)
 2–5 41 (30.6%)
 6–10 38 (28.4%)
 9–15 13 (9.7%)
 Greater than 15 16 (11.9%)
Higher Research Degrees
 None 46 (60.5%)
 Masters of Research 2 (2.6%)
 PhD 1 (1.3%)
 Honours 12 (15.8%)
 Masters—Other 7 (9.2%)
 Graduate Diploma 5 (6.6%)
 Post Graduate Certificate 3 (4.0%)
Have attended EBP Training 53 (40.1%)
Number of journal clubs attended
Mean (SD)
5.72 (3.83)
Completed Assessment at baseline 79 (61.24%)
Completed Assessment 10-months 63 (48.84%)
Completed Assessment 16-months 47 (48.96%)