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Table 2 UK chiropractic professional association membership in the WIOC Alumni

From: The factors and motivations behind United Kingdom chiropractic professional association membership: a survey of the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic Alumni

  Membership when a student Membership upon graduation
n % Male Female n % Male Female
Currently not a member of any NA NA NA NA 11 4.9 6 5
I was/have never been a student member 32 14.2 19 13 NA NA NA NA
As yet undecided NA NA NA NA 9 4 3 6
Have/Will not join any NA NA NA NA 5 2.2 3 2
BCA 103 45.6 47 56 101 45.1 46 55
MCA 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
SCA 2 0.9 0 2 9 4.0 5 4
UCA 42 18.6 18 24 33 14.7 16 17
RCC 45 19.9 14 31 52 23.2 18 34
CRC NA NA NA NA 2 0.9 1 1
Others 2a 0.9 1 1 2b 0.9 1 1
Total 226 100.0 99 127 224 100.0 99 125
  1. The questions above allowed for multiple answers: i.e. more than one box could be selected. The column n relates to the total number of respondents in that category (% response converts this to a percentage of the total population), NA indicates a response option that was not applicable. Other abbreviations: BCA, British Chiropractic Association; MCA, McTimoney Chiropractic Association; SCA, Scottish Chiropractic Association; UCA, United Chiropractic Association; RCC, Royal College of Chiropractors; CRC, Chiropractic Research Council. aOne pre-2000 AECC graduate in a time when student memberships did not exist and one FICS student member. bOne EAC member and one chiropractor who is non-practicing