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Table 1 Profile of GP responders (n = 112) and non-responders (n = 28)

From: Treating latent TB in primary care: a survey of enablers and barriers among UK General Practitioners

Characteristic Responders No. (%; 95 % CI) Non-responders No. (%; 95 % CI) p-valuea
Type of area served by the general practice:    
  Urban 86 (76.7; 67.9–83.8) 17 (60.8; 40.8–77.6)  
  Suburban 20 (17.9; 11.7–26.2) 7 (25.0; 11.8–45.3)  
  Rural 3 (2.7; 0.9–8.1) 2 (7.1; 1.6–26.3)  
  Mixed urban/rural 3 (2.7; 0.9–8.1) 2 (7.1; 1.6–26.3) 0.18
Number of GPs based in the general practice:    
  1–5 56 (50.0; 40.7–59.3) 13 (46.4; 28.2–65.7)  
  6–10 41 (36.6; 28.1–46.0) 12 (42.9; 25.2–62.5)  
  11–15 10 (8.9; 4.8–15.9) 2 (7.1; 1.6–26.3)  
  >15 5 (4.5; 1.8–10.4) 1 (3.6; 0.4–23.7) 0.96
Years of GP experience:    
  1–5 18 (16.1; 10.3–24.2) -  
  6–15 52 (46.4; 37.3–55.8) -  
  16–30 35 (31.3; 23.3–40.5) -  
  >30 7 (6.2; 3.0–12.7) - -
Country of primary medical qualification:    
  UK 79 (70.5; 61.3–78.3) -  
  Other European countries 10 (8.9; 4.8–15.9) -  
  Asian Subcontinent countries 20 (17.9; 11.7–26.2) -  
  Sub-Saharan Africa countries 2 (1.8; 0.4–7.0) -  
  Australia 1 (0.9; 0.1–6.2) - -
GP with special interest accreditation:    
  Yes 24 (21.4; 14.7–30.1) - -
  1. aFisher’s exact test