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Table 4 Participation of healthcare professionals for the baseline and follow-up online survey

From: Hand hygiene behavior in a tertiary university hospital: differences between surgical and nonsurgical departments

  Baseline Follow up
Participants (n) Total 855 (100%) nonsurgical 379 (44.3%) surgical 476 (55.7%) Total 485 (100%) nonsurgical 167 (34.4%) surgical 318 (65.6%)
Physician 101 (11.8%) 23 (6.1%) 78 (16.4%) 44 (9.1%) 6 (3.6%) 38 (11.9%)
Nurses 582 (68.1%) 279 (73.6%) 303 (63.7%) 319 (65.8%) 119 (71.3%) 200 (62.9%)
Others 172 (20.1%) 77 (20.3%) 95 (19.9%) 122 (25.1%) 42 (25.1%) 80 (25.2%)
Female 724 (84.7%) 314 (82.8%) 410 (86.1%) 425 (87.6%) 153 (91.6%) 272 (85.5%)
Male 131 (15.3%) 65 (17.2%) 66 (13.9%) 60 (12.4%) 14 (8.4%) 46 (14.5%)
Employed < 1 year 47 (5.5%) 25 (6.6%) 22 (4.6%) 18 (3.7%) 6 (3.6%) 12 (3.8%)
Employed 1 to 2 years 85 (9.9%) 39 (10.3%) 46 (9.7%) 33 (6.8%) 11 (6.6%) 22 (6.9%)
Employed 3 to 5 years 98 (11.5%) 46 (12.1%) 52 (10.9%) 69 (14.2%) 28 (16.8%) 41 (12.9%)
Employed 6 to 10 years 146 (17.1%) 56 (14.8%) 90 (18.9%) 78 (16.1%) 22 (13.2%) 56 (17.6%)
Employed 11 to 20 years 201 (23.5%) 99 (26.1%) 102 (21.4%) 116 (23.9%) 51 (30.5%) 65 (20.4%)
Employed > 20 years 278 (32.5%) 114 (30.1%) 164 (34.5%) 171 (35.3%) 49 (29.3%) 122 (38.4%)