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Attitude of Jordanian Physicians toward Biochemistry and Genetics

Table 6

Multivariate analysis of variables associated with the attitude of physicians toward the integration of biochemistry and genetics into clinical practice, advances in molecular medicine, the need for continuous education, and medical students’ knowledge on biochemistry and genetics.

VariableAttitude toward the integration of biochemistry and genetics concepts into clinical practiceAttitude toward contemporary advances in molecular medicineAttitude toward the need for continuous education in biochemistry and geneticsAttitude toward medical students’ knowledge on biochemistry and genetics
MeanSD valueMeanSD valueMeanSD valueMeanSD value

Location0.7990.3640.3100.306
Central4.030.423.800.563.640.573.670.52
Northern3.960.493.790.603.870.613.760.52
Country of graduation0.2190.6440.8380.730
Jordan4.000.443.810.583.700.593.700.53
Others4.070.413.730.503.600.543.660.49
Job title0.2060.1700.1010.725
Intern3.940.383.750.573.580.523.640.52
Resident4.070.443.860.563.780.593.720.53
Specialist3.970.513.690.603.580.633.690.51
Employment sector0.0020.0490.0000.479
Private4.080.553.870.774.200.563.810.60
Royal Medical Services3.910.463.690.543.560.583.660.53
Ministry of Health4.060.403.850.543.670.543.680.51
Years of experience0.0070.1070.0820.296
<53.980.413.790.583.690.583.670.53
≥54.050.473.800.563.680.583.710.51

Data are presented as mean and SD. value was calculated using a general linear procedure.

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