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Table 1 Characteristics and global health experience during/since fellowship of the overall sample (n=521), overall and by intensity of recent global health engagement

From: Global health experiences of U.S. Physicians: a mixed methods survey of clinician-researchers and health policy leaders

    Reporting global health experience during/since fellowship (n=229)
  Total sample Overall Time dedicated to GH in the past year
      None 1-10% time >10% time  
  N % % p-valueφ   Row %   p-valueΘ
  521 100% 44%   20% 53% 27%  
Demographics
Graduation Year     <0.01     0.25
Before 1980 75 14% 64   21 60 19  
1980-1989 101 19% 61   26 52 23  
1990-1999 111 21% 53   19 44 37  
2000-2009 161 31% 29   15 61 24  
After 2009 73 14% 19   7 50 43  
Gender     <0.01     0.47
Female 208 40% 36   24 50 26  
Male 313 60% 50   17 55 28  
Professional characteristics
Clinical Specialty   0.25     0.96
Internal medicine and subspecialties 241 46% 48   18 54 28  
Pediatrics and subspecialties 97 19% 44   19 56 26  
Surgery and subspecialties 51 10% 37   21 58 21  
All other specialties 132 25% 39   24 47 29  
Primary Professional Setting    0.02     0.23
University 378 73% 41   21 57 22  
Public sector 50 10% 50   24 48 28  
Private sector 54 10% 44   13 46 42  
Foundation, NGO, or other 39 8% 67   15 42 42  
Primary Professional Activity    <0.01     0.26
Research 271 52% 41   20 52 29  
Clinical 72 14% 28   20 65 15  
Education 45 9% 58   31 58 12  
Administration, policy, other 133 26% 53   15 51 34  
  1. φ p-value for global health experience since fellowship (vs. no experience).
  2. Θ p-value for professional time allocated to global health among those with global health experience during/since fellowship.