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Table 2 Interviewees’ and questionnaire respondents’ characteristics

From: Online respondent-driven detection for enhanced contact tracing of close-contact infectious diseases: benefits and barriers for public health practice

  Interviewees (n = 12) Respondents (n = 70)
Age, in years (M;IQR) 38.5 (34.5–56.8) 49 (36–59.3)
Sex (%)
 - Male 4 (33.3) 22 (31.4)
 - Female 8 (66.7) 48 (68.6)
Province of employment (%)
 - Brabant . 6 (8.6)
 - Caribbean Netherlandsa . 1 (1.4)
 - Drenthe . 1 (1.4)
 - Flevoland . 1 (1.4)
 - Friesland . 2 (2.9)
 - Gelderland . 14 (20.0)
 - Groningen . 5 (7.1)
 - Limburg 4 (33.3) 7 (10.0)
 - North-Holland . 13 (18.6)
 - Overijssel . 6 (8.6)
 - Utrecht 5 (41.7) 4 (5.7)
 - Zeeland . 1 (1.4)
 - South-Holland 3 (25) 9 (12.9)
Role (%)
 - PHS nurse 6 (50.0) 33 (47.1)
 - PHS doctor 6 (50.0) 35 (50.0)
 - PHS manager . 2 (2.9)
Experience with contact tracing, in years (M;IQR) 9 (4.8–14.8) 11 (6–19.3)
  1. M Median, IQR Inter-quartile range
  2. aConsisting of Sint-Eustatius, Saba, and Bonaire