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Table 1 Characteristics of the participants and the study population. COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy study among healthcare students, France, January–February 2021 (n = 1465)

From: Cross-sectional study on COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and determinants in healthcare students: interdisciplinary trainings on vaccination are needed

n (%) Sample N = 1465 Study population1N = 4927
Gender
 Female 1219 (83.2) 3842 (78.0)
 Male 246 (16.8) 1085 (22.0)
Age
  < 20 years 491 (33.5) N.A.2
  [20–22] years 623 (42.5)
  > 22 years 351 (24.0)
Training courses
 Common and first year of several health studies 334 (22.8) 814 (16.5)
 Medical studies (2nd year to 6th year) 349 (23.8) 745 (15.1)
 Midwifery studies (2nd year to 5th year) 97 (6.6) 295 (6.0)
 Physiotherapy studies (2nd year to 5th year) 174 (11.9) 952 (19.3)
 Nursing studies (1st year to 3rd year) 342 (23.3) 1694 (34.4)
 Other health studies3 169 (11.5) 427 (8.7)
  1. 1 All healthcare students of the Faculty of Health, University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
  2. 2 Not available
  3. 3 Including students in occupational therapy, psychomotricity, pedicure-podology, medical electro-radiology manipulation and others