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Table 1 Demographics of Survey Respondents

From: Evaluating the value of a web-based natural medicine clinical decision tool at an academic medical center

Responders to the Baseline Needs Assessment Survey in 2008 N (%) Responders to Follow-up Survey in 2009 N (%) p-value
Gender   Gender   0.60
   Male 46 (52) Male 41 (48)  
   Female 43 (48) Female 45 (52)  
Age (years)   Age   0.68
   ≤ 30 14 (16) ≤ 30 16 (18)  
   31-40 23 (26) 31-40 22 (25)  
   41-50 20 (22) 41-50 22 (25)  
   51-60 26 (30) 51-60 18 (21)  
   ≥ 60 6 (7) ≥ 60 9(10)  
Ethnicity   Ethnicity   0.49
   Asian 11 (13) Asian 10(12)  
   Bi-racial 1 (1) Bi-racial 0  
   Black 0 Black 2(2)  
   Caucasian 72 (83) Caucasian 69(81)  
   Hispanic 0 Hispanic 2(2)  
   Other 1 (1) Do not wish to answer 2(2)  
Place of Training   Place of Training   0.75
   Inside USA 76 (85) Inside USA 74(87)  
   Outside USA 13 (15) Outside USA 11(13)  
Provider's Medical Degree   Medical Degree   0.12
   MD 68 (76) MD 69 (79)  
   DO 6 (7) DO 5 (6)  
   NP 10 (11) NP 5 (6)  
   PA 5 (6) PA 2 (2)  
   RN 3(4)  
   Others 3 (4)  
Years Since Completion of Training   Years Since Completion of Training   0.66
   Still in residency/fellowship 14 (16) Still in residency/fellowship 18(21)  
   Under 5 18(20) Under 5 11(13)  
   6-15 24 (27) 6-15 26(3)  
   16-25 21 (24) 16-25 19(22)  
   Over 26 12 (13) Over 26 13(15)  
  1. Demographic characteristics of providers who responded to initial baseline survey and the second follow-up survey are shown. Percentages may be > or < 100% due to rounding or absent responses. MD, medical doctor; DO, doctor of osteopathy; NP, nurse practitioner; PA, physician assistant; others, self-identified as PharmDs, certified diabetic educators, and PhDs