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Research Article

Assessing and Comparing Global Health Competencies in Rehabilitation Students

Table 1

Demographic characteristics of respondents ( ).

VariablesNumber (percentage)
Physiotherapy students Occupational therapy students

Sex
 Male13 (19.1)5 (5.1)
 Female55 (80.9)93 (94.9)
Country (of birth)
 Canada59 (86.8)87 (88.8)
 United States0 (0.0)1 (1.0)
 Philippines1 (1.5)1 (1.0)
 India1 (1.5)0 (0.0)
 Honk Hong3 (4.4)3 (3.1)
 Pakistan0 (0.0)1 (1.0)
 Other4 (5.9)5 (5.1)
Mean age26.47 (41)24.91 (59)
Family background
 White 52 (76.4)78 (79.6)
 Chinese7 (10.3)7 (7.1)
 South Asian3 (4.4)6 (6.1)
 Black0 (0.0)1 (1.0)
 Other6 (8.8)6 (6.1)
Parent’s family income
 $20,001 to $30,0008 (11.8)1 (1.0)
 $30,001 to $40,0001 (1.5)3 (3.1)
 $40,001 to $50,0004 (5.9)3 (3.1)
 $50,001 to $60,0002 (2.9)8 (8.2)
 $60,001 to $70,0004 (5.9)4 (4.1)
 $70,001 to $80,0005 (7.4)10 (10.2)
 $80,001 or more23 (33.8)34 (34.7)
 Do not know21 (30.9)35 (35.7)
Languages (spoken)
 One language26 (38.2)48 (49.0)
 Two languages31 (45.6)38 (38.8)
 Three languages8 (11.8)6 (6.1)
 Four languages or more3 (4.4)6 (6.1)

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