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Table 1 Descriptive characteristics of training module participants

From: Effectiveness of online learning on health researcher capacity to appropriately integrate sex, gender, or both in grant proposals

  Biomedical research
n = 543 (%)
Data collection in humans
n = 463 (%)
Analysis of human data
n = 435 (%)
Age (years)
 ≤ 29 107 (19.7%) 84 (18.1%) 77 (17.7%)
 30–39 147 (27.1%) 123 (26.6%) 129 (29.7%)
 40–49 125 (23.0%) 120 (25.9%) 120 (27.6%)
 50–59 112 (20.6%) 92 (19.9%) 74 (17.0%)
 ≥ 60 51 (9.4%) 44 (9.5%) 35 (8.1%)
Occupation
 Researcher 252 (46.4%) 262 (56.6%) 249 (57.2%)
 Researcher and peer reviewer 97 (17.9%) 84 (18.1%) 75 (17.2%)
 Trainee 67 (12.3%) 45 (9.7%) 46 (10.6%)
 Government employee 61 (11.2%) 31 (6.7%) 30 (6.9%)
 Other 64 (11.8%) 41 (8.9%) 35 (8.1%)
Country
 Canada 440 (81.0%) 408 (88.1%) 366 (84.1%)
 USA 62 (11.4%) 22 (4.8%) 32 (7.4%)
 Asia or Europe 41 (7.6%) 33 (7.1%) 37 (8.5%)