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Table 1 Characteristics of the responding GPs and PNs and their practices compared to the total study population

From: Exposure to and experiences with a computerized decision support intervention in primary care: results from a process evaluation

  Respondents N % Total study population (%)
General practitioners (N = 231a) 112 48.5 (N = 537)
 Sex
  Male 77 68.8 52.7
  Female 35 31.3 47.3
Practice nurses (N = 141b) 52 36.9 (N = 225)
 Sex
  Male 1 1.9 6.7
  Female 51 98.1 93.3
Practices (N = 231c) 116 50.2 (N = 231)
 Group
  Control group 58 50.0 50.0
  Intervention group 58 50.0 50.0
 Type of EHRS
  MicroHIS X 65 56.0 55.8
  Promedico-ASP 51 44.0 43.3
 Type of practice
  Solo 66 56.9 57.6
  Duo 32 27.6 26.4
  Group (>2) 18 15.5 15.2
  1. GPs general practitioners
  2. PNs practice nurses
  3. aTotal number of GPs that were send a survey. Although there were more GPs in most practices, we only invited one GP per practice to participate in the survey
  4. bTotal number of PNs that were send a survey based on the number of practices that had reported to have at least one practice nurse employed
  5. cTotal number of practices that were send a survey to at least one GP/PN