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Table 2 Risk and demographic characteristics of participants

From: Will healthcare workers improve infection prevention and control behaviors as COVID-19 risk emerges and increases, in China?

Variable namemean (SD b) / No. (%)
Risk of contact with confirmed and suspected patientsa
Contacted314 (26.4)
Not contacted875 (73.6)
Department of high riska
 High-risk department262 (19.28)
 Not high-risk department1097 (80.27)
Risk of affected area
 In affected area768 (55.41)
 Not in affected area618 (44.59)
Demographic characteristics
Gendera
  Male314 (22.8)
  Female1061 (77.2)
Careera
  Doctor477 (35)
  Nurse886 (65)
Agea, Mean (SD)30.88 (6.30)
Work yeara, Mean (SD)7.71 (6.37)
Education degreea
  Below junior college5 (0.4)
  junior college123 (9)
  Undergraduate863 (63.4)
  Master226 (16.6)
  Doctor145 (10.6)
Titlea
  Not evaluate119 (9.4)
  Junior625 (49.6)
  Intermediate412 (32.7)
  Deputy senior79 (6.3)
  Senior26 (2.1)
Work loada
  Very low4 (0.3)
  Low30 (2.4)
  Neutral442 (35.3)
  High594 (47.4)
  Very high183 (14.6)
  1. a: A total of 11 HCWs missed gender, 23 missed career, 31 missed age, 58 missed work year,24 missed education degree, 125 missed title, 133 missed work load, 197 missed risk of contact with confirmed and suspected patients and 27 missed department
  2. b: SD refers to Standard Deviation