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Table 5 Characteristics of the sample and willingness to share own and decesased family data

From: A two-site survey of medical center personnel’s willingness to share clinical data for research: implications for reproducible health NLP research

Participant characteristics N (percentage) Willing or somewhat willing to share own data, identified Willing or somewhat willing to share own data, de-identified Willing or somewhat willing to share deceased family member data
Age
 18–25 189 (6.8%) 54.1% 90.0% 80.4%
 26–40 1195 (43.3%) 51.3% 89.6% 81.5%
 41–55 929 (33.6%) 51.7% 88.3% 80.9%
 56+ 450 (16.3%) 55.5% 90.9% 81.19%
 Pearson chi-square 4.07, p = 0.25 (slight differences due to chance) 3.0, p = 0.41 (slight differences due to chance) 2.47, p = 0.48 (slight differences due to chance)
Gender
 Male 768 (27.8%) 52.3% 89.7% 82.3%
 Female 1992 (72.2%) 52.6% 89.1% 81.4%
 Pearson chi-square 0.02, p = 0.88 (slight differences due to chance) 0.18, p = 0.67 (slight differences due to chance) 0.25, p = 0.62 (slight differences due to chance)
Education
 High school/GED 74 (2.7%) 59.5% 85.1% 83.8%
 Some college 512 (18.5%) 53.5% 89.4% 81.0%
 College graduate 927 (33.5%) 52.2% 89.1% 80.6%
 Graduate/Prof. degree 1251 (45.3%) 51.9% 89.5% 82.7%
 Pearson chi-square 1.88, p = 0.6 (slight differences due to chance) 1.44, p = 0.70 (slight differences due to chance) 2.02, p = 0.57 (slight differences due to chance)
Employment status
 Faculty 613 (22.2%) 51.9% 88.4% 81.7%
 Staff 1907 (69.0%) 52.2% 89.6% 82.2%
 Student 140 (5.1%) 61.3% 92.1% 80.7%
 Other 102 (3.7%) 52.0% 85.3% 73.5%
 Pearson chi-square 4.67, p = 0.2 (slight differences due to chance) 3.57, p = 0.31 (slight differences due to chance) 4.98, p = 0.17 (slight differences due to chance)