Educational Initiatives for Medical and Pharmacy Students about Drug Promotion: An International Cross-Sectional Survey - EDM Research Series No. 036
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Sample characteristics

Table 1b describes the breakdown of respondents by WHO region and whether they were educators in a pharmacy or medical faculty. For full country listings and a breakdown of countries per WHO region, see pages 41 and 42.

Table 1b: Responses to survey questionnaire by WHO region

 

Pharmacy

Medical

Total

Response rate*

Europe

22 (24%)

70 (51%)

92 (40%)

92/258 (36%)

Americas

30 (33%)

26(19%)

56 (25%)

56/119 (47%)

Western Pacific

10 (12%)

21(15%)

31 (14%)

31/68 (46%)

Africa

12 (13%)

9 (6%)

20 (9%)

20/43 (47%)

South-East Asia

9 (10%)

11 (8%)

20 (9%)

20/41 (49%)

Eastern Mediterranean

8 (9%)

1 (1%)

9 (4%)

9/35 (26%

Total

91 (100%)

137 (100%)

228 (100%)

228/564 (40%)

 

* proportion of those who were sent the survey questionnaire (‘yes’ column, Table 1 above)

 

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