International Journal of Dentistry / 2018 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Preferred Source and Perceived Need of More Information about Dental Implants by the Undergraduate Dental Students of Nepal: All Nepal Survey

Table 4

Overall responses (N) to the 3rd question (A3) on preferred source of more information and its association with gender and academic levels.

QuestionN (%)GenderAcademic year
Male, n (%)Female, n (%) value1st, n (%)2nd, n (%)3rd, n (%)4th, n (%)5th, n (%) value

A31387 (22.8)97 (20.3)290 (23.8)0.40173 (19.4)80 (25.3)47 (14.2)74 (22.0)113 (33.1)<0.001
2408 (24.0)121 (25.3)287 (23.5)78 (20.7)68 (21.5)81 (24.5)65 (19.3)116 (34.0)
3145 (8.5)42 (8.8)103 (8.4)33 (8.8)29 (9.2)37 (11.2)31 (9.2)15 (4.4)
4692 (40.7)195 (40.7)497 (40.7)180 (47.9)125 (39.6)147 (44.5)156 (46.3)84 (24.6)
568 (4.0)24 (5.0)44 (3.6)12 (3.2)14 (4.4)18 (5.5)11 (3.3)13 (3.8)

From where would you like to get additional reliable information about dental implants? (1) Short-term CDE programs and workshops conducted by the implant companies. (2) One-year certificate or module-based courses conducted by colleges or trained implantologists. (3) Professional newsletters and books. (4) Dental consultants and specialists. (5) Study groups and the Internet.