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Table 5 differences between the medical schools in Israel

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

  Technion
n = 104
Other medical schools
n = 141
p value Whole group
n = 245
Survey participants per discipline (%):
 Internal medicine 22(21%) 23(16%) 0.003 45(29%)
 Pediatrics 26(25%) 51(37%) 0.042 77(39%)
 Gynecology 56(54%) 67(47%) 0.001 123(32%)
 Physicians in training 46 (44%) 57 (40%) ns 103 (42%)
 Underwent educational training (%) 53 (51%) 33 (23%) 0.000 86 (35%)
 Academic appointments 22(21%) 54(38%) 0.004 76(31%)
Length of training (% of those who undertook training): N = 53 N = 33   N = 86
 Less than one day 15 (28%) 5 (15%) 0.000 20 (23%)
 1–2 days 21 (40%) 26 (79%) 47 (55%)
 3–7 days 7 (13%) 2 (6%) 9 (10%)
 Over a week 10 (19%) 0 (0%) 10 (12%)