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Table 1 Distribution of respondent characteristics

From: Access to electronic health records by care setting and provider type: perceptions of cancer care providers in Ontario, Canada

Participant Breakdown   N %
Sex
  Female 807 65%
  Male 433 35%
Age
  60 years and older 95 8%
  50–59 years 420 34%
  40–49 years 400 32%
  under 40 years 324 26%
Participant Group
  Surgeons (surgical oncologist, general surgeon, gynecologist, urologist, thoracic) 162 13%
  Medical oncologists 55 4%
  Radiation oncologists 63 5%
  Other physicians (general practitioner in oncology, gastroenterologist, hematologist, hospitalist, palliative care physician, pathologist, radiologist, respirologist) 247 20%
  Nurses (advanced practice, chemotherapy, clinical trials, inpatient oncology, Ontario Breast Screening Program, and primary care nurses) 328 26%
  Radiation therapists/physicists 171 14%
  Other clinicians (pharmacist, dietician, social worker) 176 14%
  Case managers 43 3%
Primary location of work
  Teaching hospital (with a cancer centre) 611 49%
  Teaching hospital (without a cancer centre) 59 5%
  Community hospital (with a cancer centre) 267 21%
  Community hospital (without a cancer centre) 212 17%
  Other location 52 4%
  Community-based care 46 4%
Total   1247