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Table 1 Comparison of survey respondent demographics by clinical affiliation

From: Prescribing antidepressants and anxiolytic medications to pregnant women: comparing perception of risk of foetal teratogenicity between Australian Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Speciality Trainees and upskilled General Practitioners

Question Overall Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist General Practitioner p-value^
  n (%) n (%) n (%)  
  (n = 545) (n = 373) (n = 172)  
Age (years, n = 543)     0.011
 23 to 30 47 (8.7%) 34 (9.2%) 13 (7.6%)  
 31 to 40 182 (33.5%) 121 (32.6%) 61 (35.5%)  
 41 to 50 116 (21.4%) 81 (21.8%) 35 (20.3%)  
 51 to 60 129 (23.8%) 77 (20.8%) 52 (30.2%)  
 61 or above 69 (12.7%) 58 (15.6%) 11 (6.4%)  
Years in specialty (including training) (n = 542)     0.61
 < 11 212 (39.1%) 142 (38.4%) 70 (40.7%)  
 11 or more 330 (60.9%) 228 (61.6%) 102 (59.3%)  
Where was medical student training completed? (n = 541)     < 0.001
 Australia 391 (72.3%) 244 (65.9%) 147 (86.0%)  
 New Zealand 46 (8.5%) 45 (12.2%) 1 (0.6%)  
 Other 104 (19.2%) 81 (21.9%) 23 (13.5%)  
How long ago were the Fellowship training requirements completed? (n = 543)     0.003
 Not yet completed 118 (21.7%) 97 (26.1%) 21 (12.3%)  
 < 5 119 (21.98%) 79 (21.2%) 40 (23.4%)  
 5 to 10 72 (13.3%) 43 (11.6%) 29 (17.0%)  
 > 10 234 (43.1%) 153 (41.1%) 81 (47.4%)  
Working capacity? (n = 543)     < 0.001
 Full time 407 (75.0%) 306 (82.5%) 101 (58.7%)  
 Part time 132 (24.3%) 61 (16.4%) 71 (41.3%)  
 No longer clinically active 4 (0.7%) 4 (1.1%) 0 (0.0%)  
You practice in a… (n = 543)     < 0.001
 Public health facility 198 (36.5%) 182 (49.1%) 16 (9.3%)  
 Private health facility 160 (29.5%) 72 (19.4%) 88 (51.2%)  
 Both 185 (34.1%) 117 (31.5%) 68 (39.5%)  
Hours working with pregnant women per week (n = 541)     < 0.001
 < 11 222 (41.0%) 83 (22.4%) 139 (81.3%)  
 11 or more 319 (59.0%) 287 (77.6%) 32 (18.7%)  
  1. ^ P-value for comparison of Obstetrician/Gynaecologist versus General Practitioner