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Table 3 Survey responses of medical doctors meeting study eligibility criteria (N = 52)

From: How do medical doctors use a web-based oncology protocol system? A comparison of Australian doctors at different levels of medical training using logfile analysis and an online survey

  Daily Weekly Fortnightly Not at all
In the past month how often did you use the following eviQ tools? n % n % n % n %
Assessment tools 22 42.3 14 26.9 1 1.9 15 28.8
Cancer genetics 4 7.7 17 32.7 15 28.8 16 30.8
Chemotherapy protocols 26 50.0 15 28.8 9 17.3 2 3.8
Clinical procedures 9 17.3 19 36.5 10 19.2 14 26.9
Patient information 4 7.7 17 32.7 20 38.5 11 21.2
Supportive therapy 4 7.7 13 25.0 20 38.5 15 28.8
Drug calculator 19 36.5 14 26.9 6 11.5 13 25.0
Discussion boards 0 0.0 3 5.8 24 46.2 25 48.1
In the past month how often have you used eviQ to guide the following?         
Initiating therapy 16 30.8 25 48.1 7 13.5 4 7.7
Monitoring therapy 2 3.8 13 25.0 23 44.2 14 26.9
Altering therapy 2 3.8 16 30.8 24 46.2 10 19.2
Ceasing therapy 0 0.0 10 19.2 18 34.6 24 46.2
In the past month how often did you use eviQ to:         
Compare treatment options 6 11.5 24 46.2 14 26.9 8 15.4
Prescribe medication 8 15.4 18 34.6 14 26.9 12 23.1
Calculate drug dosages 25 48.1 9 17.3 6 11.5 12 23.1
Guide chemotherapy administration 20 38.5 18 34.6 5 9.6 9 17.3
Guide radiotherapy administration 2 3.8 8 15.4 21 40.4 21 40.4
Source treatment cost information 4 7.7 9 17.3 20 38.5 19 36.5
Search for side effects/toxicity 7 13.5 10 19.2 28 53.8 7 13.5
Provide patient information 7 13.5 11 21.2 22 42.3 12 23.1
Teaching resource 5 9.6 11 21.2 15 28.8 21 40.4
Access evidence-based (literature) relevant to practice 11 21.2 25 48.1 9 17.3 7 13.5