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Table 1 General characteristics of respondents included in qualitative analysis

From: US medical student perspectives on Asian American patient inclusion in medical education: a qualitative study

Characteristic Overall (N = 195)
Age (median, IQR) 25 (25, 27)
Gender
 Female 105 (54%)
 Male 89 (46%)
 Prefer not to answer 1 (0.5%)
Medical Schoola
 Baylor College of Medicine 24 (12%)
 David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA 12 (6.2%)
 Harvard Medical School 33 (17%)
 Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 31 (16%)
 Medical College of Wisconsin 20 (10%)
 Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine 20 (10%)
 Stanford University School of Medicine 12 (6.2%)
 The Dell Medical School 11 (5.6%)
 Washington University School of Medicine 32 (16%)
Reported race
 Asian 84 (43%)
 White 99 (51%)
 Black or African American 10 (5.1%)
 Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish 14 (7.2%)
 Middle Eastern or North African 7 (3.6%)
 Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 2 (1.0%)
 American Indian or Alaskan Native 3 (1.5%)
 Not sure or don't know 3 (1.5%)
  1. aPercent Asian population surrounding each medical school include Harris County (Baylor): 7.8%, Los Angeles County (UCLA): 16.3%, Suffolk County (Harvard): 9.8%, Baltimore City and Baltimore County (Johns Hopkins): 5.4%, Milwaukee County (Medical College of Wisconsin): 5.0%, Cook County (Northwestern): 8.3%, Santa Clara County (Stanford): 39.7%, Travis County (Dell): 8.1%, St. Louis City and St. Louis County (Washington University): 4.8%. Estimates were obtained from the American Community Survey 2019 5-year Estimates Table DP05, Asians alone or in combination with one or more races [20]. The estimates for St. Louis County and Baltimore County also include St. Louis City and Baltimore City respectively as the corresponding cities have their own separate jurisdiction and tabulate their demographic population separately from the county