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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of the participants (N = 60)

From: The first research agenda for the chiropractic profession in Europe

Characteristic Mean (SD) Percentage (%)
Age (yr.) 47 (7)  
Gender (% male)   64
Highest academic degree achieved   
 PhD   49
 MSc   29
 Other (DC, BSc, MD)   22
Degree in chiropractic (% yes)   91
Country where chiropractic degree was received   
 UK/Europe   49
 North America   44
 Australia   7
Primary place of work   
 Academic   63
 Clinical practice   30
 Combination clinical practice + academic   4
 Administration   2
University/institutional affiliation   
 Anglo-European Chiropractic College (AECC)   28
 No academic affiliation   17
 Nordic Institute of Chiropractic and Clinical Biomechanics (NIKKB)   13
 University of Southern Denmark (SDU)   7
 Welsh Institute of Chiropractic, University of Glamorgan   7
 Franco-European Institute of Chiropractic (IFEC)   5
 VU University Medical Centre, Amsterdam   5
 Other1   18
  1. 1The following universities/institutions represent <5% of the total:Karolinska Institute (3%), Orthopaedic University Hospital Balgrist (University of Zurich) (3%), University of Oslo (3%), Swiss Chiropractic Institute (3%), University of Stavanger (2%), National University of Health Sciences (2%), University of Southampton (2%).