Table 1: Sample demographics by specialty.

Full sample ( )Family medicine ( )OB/GYN ( )Pediatricians ( )

Gender
 Male97 (44.7%)45 (51.7%)17 (34.7%)35 (43.2%)
 Female120 (55.3%)42 (48.3%)32 (65.3%)46 (56.8%)
Race
 White155 (72.4%)59 (68.6%)37 (77.1%)59 (73.8%)
 African American26 (12.1%)10 (11.6%)8 (16.7%)8 (10.0%)
 Asian24 (11.2%)12 (14.0%)2 (4.2%)10 (12.5%)
 Other9 (4.2%)5 (5.8%)1 (2.1%)3 (3.8%)
Years providing healthcare services
 Less than 210 (4.7%)5 (5.7%)3 (6.4%)2 (2.5%)
 2–5 years34 (15.8%)14 (16.1%)8 (17.0%)12 (14.8%)
 6–10 years43 (20.0%)15 (17.2%)10 (21.3%)18 (22.2%)
 11–15 years33 (15.3%)14 (16.1%)6 (12.8%)13 (16.0%)
 16 years95 (44.2%)39 (44.8%)20 (42.6%)36 (44.4%)
Practice setting
 Urban110 (51.6%)40 (46.5%)25 (52.1%)45 (57.0%)
 Suburban95 (44.6%)42 (48.8%)21 (43.8%)32 (40.5%)
 Rural8 (3.8%)4 (4.7%)2 (4.2%)2 (2.5%)
Years at present location
 Less than 1 year26 (12.1%)9 (10.6%)7 (14.3%)10 (12.5%)
 2-3 years53 (24.8%)16 (18.8%)14 (28.6%)23 (28.8%)
 4–10 years62 (29.0%)31 (36.5%)12 (24.5%)19 (23.8%)
 11–15 years31 (14.5%)15 (17.6%)6 (12.2%)10 (12.5%)
 16 years42 (19.6%)14 (16.5%)10 (20.4%)18 (22.5%)

Note. There were no significant differences across specialties.