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Table 3 Global health experience and domestic health priorities among respondents reporting global health experience during/since fellowship (n=223), overall and by level of reported experience

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

Statement Overall Level of GH experience*
    Low Moderate High
   % Responding “Agree or Strongly Agree”
  Valid Responses n % % % % p-value
My domestic (U.S.-only) work has enhanced the quality of my global health work. 223 204 92% 88% 98% 92% 0.07
My global health work has enhanced the quality of my domestic (U.S.-only) work. 223 190 85 78 91 92 0.02
My global health experience has increased my level of involvement with:        
conducting research, clinical care, or influencing policy for underserved populations 219 138 63 64 64 60 0.85
engaging in efforts to promote change in health policy 220 139 63 62 69 60 0.55
addressing social determinants of health through research and clinical care 117 136 63 59 64 68 0.48
becoming involved in my community 217 108 50 49 48 53 0.81
conducting research, clinical care, or influencing policy for health of immigrants to the United States 215 89 41 36 47 46 0.29
  1. * Low/Moderate/High level of GH experience defined by combination of 1) total number of GH products produced in career to date and 2) percentage of time dedicated to GH work in the past year.