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Table 3 Significance of the relationship between the four domains and GP (practice) characteristics

From: Care for patients with severe mental illness: the general practitioner's role perspective

Domains 1 2 3 4
gender GP .082 .355 .573 .624
type of practice .704 .999 .704 .124
part time – fulltime .397 .988 .247 .335
GP trainer .493 .014 .488 .723
urbanization .109 .059 .406 .767
work experience in psychiatry .002 .266 .945 .045
work experience as GP .066 .724 .936 .790
volume of practice list .091 .044 .777 .102
registration of SMI in electronic patient records .345 .121 .548 .806
estimated number of patients susceptible to psychosis .111 .003 .996 .890
  1. *statistically significant relations (p ≤ 0.05) are printed in bold
  2. 1 = self-experienced competencies in the acute phase
  3. 2 = task perspective in the chronic phase
  4. 3 = experience with mental health services
  5. 4 = need for CPD training