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Table 2 Variables of interest in a study of Australian chiropractic students

From: The relationship between intolerance of uncertainty in chiropractic students and their treatment intervention choices

Variables of interest All
N (%)
IU Normal 307 (69)
   High 126 (28)
   Missing 11 (3)
aNeck Pain Scenario: Number of inappropriate referrals
 O 44 (21)
 1 93 (44)
 2 48 (23)
 3 17 (8)
 4 9 (4)
 Missing 2(1)
aLow back Pain Scenario: Number of inappropriate choices of maintenance
 0 139 (68)
 1 43 (21)
 2 12 (6)
 3 3 (1)
 4 5 (2)
 Missing 3 (1)
aLow Back Pain Scenario: Number of inappropriate referrals
 0 177 (83)
 1 22 (10)
 2 3 (1)
 3 2 (1)
 Missing 9 (4)
Preference for Technique System of Analysis
 Yes 209 (47)
 Yes, probably 156 (35)
 Don’t know 55 (12)
 o, probably not 18 (4)
 No 5 (1)
 Missing 0
Self-rating of predicted clinical competence
 Below Average 11 (3)
 Average 109 (25)
 Above Average 240 (54)
 Don’t know 74 (17)
 Missing 10 (2)
  1. aThese questions were submitted only to students in years 3, 4 and 5