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Table 1 Demographic data and experience of the physicians who participated in the survey

From: Survey of faculty development in four Israeli medical schools: clinical faculty development is inadequate and clinical teaching is undervalued in Israeli faculties of medicine

Population Number of participants Percentage of all participants
Gender
 Male 120 49.0
 Female 125 51.0
Medical specialty
 Internal medicine 123 50.2
 Obstetrics & gynaecology 45 18.4
 Paediatrics 77 31.4
Medical school
 Ben Gurion University of the Negev 28 11.4
 Hebrew University of Jerusalem 29 11.8
 Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa 104 42.4
 Tel Aviv University 84 34.3
Years of professional experience (excluding internship)
 0–2 years 25 10.2
 3–5 years 59 24.1
 6–10 years 102 41.6
 Over 10 years 59 24.1
Years of educational experience
 0–2 years 93 38.0
 3–5 years 46 18.8
 6–10 years 67 27.3
 Over 10 years 39 15.9
Holds an official academic appointment
 Yes 76 31.0
 No 169 69.0
Stage of professional development when completing the survey
 Junior Resident (prior to Part 1 exam) 30 12.2
 Senior Resident (following Part 1 exam) 73 29.8
 Junior Specialist (less than 5 years’ experience as a specialist) 82 33.5
 Senior Specialist (more than 5 years’ experience as a specialist) 60 24.5
Stage of professional development when first filling the role of clinical tutor
 Junior Resident (prior to Part 1 exam) 124 50.6
 Senior Resident (following Part 1 exam) 88 35.9
 Junior Specialist (less than 5 years’ experience as a specialist) 18 7.3
 Senior Specialist (more than 5 years’ experience as a specialist) 15 6.1
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