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Table 2 Characteristics of primary care practices participating in this qualitative study

From: The complex phenomenon of dysrational antibiotics prescribing decisions in German primary healthcare: a qualitative interview study using dual process theory

Practices   Physicians (n = 27)
Practice type (n) (%) Single practice 12 (44.4)
Group practice 12 (44.4)
Shared roomsa 2 (7.4)
Medical center 1 (3.7)
Organizational changes during last 2 years (n) (%) Affirmative 22 (81.4)
Number of patients per quarter of year 500–1000 6 (22.2)
1001–1500 11 (40.7)
> 1500 10 (37)
Estimated percentage of patients (%range) (n) with migrant background 1–80 (27)
receiving welfare benefits 0–50 (26)
  1. aSeparate financial entities and indemnity insurances, but shared rooms, equipment and staff