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Table 2 General characteristics of the participants of the HIV Testing Week 2015, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

From: HIV testing week 2015: lowering barriers for HIV testing among high-risk groups in Amsterdam

General characteristics (N = 1231) Years (IQRa) n/N (%)
Median age 33.0 (26–45)
Gender
 Male 716 (58.2%)
 Female 484 (39.3%)
 Transgender 3 (0.2%)
 Unknown 28 (2.3%)
Sexual orientation menb
 Men who have sex with men: 304 (24.7%)
  Homosexual men 164 (13.3%)
  Bisexual men 140 (11.4%)
 Heterosexual men 400 (32.5%)
 Unknown 12 (1.0%)
Ethnicity
 Dutch native 497 (40.4%)
 First-generationcmigrant from a non-Westernd country 275 (22.3%)
 Second-generatione migrant from a non-Western country 193 (15.7%)
 First-generation migrant from a Western country 101 (8.2%)
 Second-generation migrant from a Western country 26 (2.1%)
 Unknown 139 (11.3%)
  1. ainterquartile range
  2. b% of total study population
  3. cfirst-generation migrant = participant is born in a country other than the Netherlands
  4. daccording to a country list of the Dutch central agency of statistics (CBS)
  5. esecond-generation migrant = at least one of the parents of the paricipant is born in a country other than the Netherlands