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Table 2 Responses demonstrating participants’ educational experience

From: Evaluation of sex- and gender-based medicine training in post-graduate medical education: a cross-sectional survey study

  N (%)
During your training, have your instructors and/or preceptors discussed how a patient’s sex or gender impacts your evaluation, interpretation, treatment, or counseling of a patient?
 Always 8 (4.0)
 Frequently 51 (25.8)
 Occasionally 108 (54.6)
 Never 31 (15.7)
During your residency training, have you conducted research or been part of a research study that has included sex and/or gender as a variable beyond being included in the demographics?
 Yes 47 (23.5)
 No 140 (70.0)
 I’m not sure 13 (6.5)
How have you seen concepts related to the impact of sex and gender on medicine being integrated into your medical training prior to residency? (Multiple selections per response)
 Online 45 (24.5)
 Lecture 113 (61.4)
 Simulation center 37 (21.1)
 Chalk talks 24 (13.0)
 Case-based teaching 83 (45.1)
 It was not included 49 (26.6)
How have you seen concepts related to the impact of sex and gender on medicine being integrated into your residency training? (Multiple selections per response)
 Online 38 (20.8)
 Lecture 93 (50.8)
 Simulation center 15 (8.2)
 Chalk talks 25 (13.7)
 Case-based teaching 80 (43.7)
 It was not included 47 (25.7)