Table 2.

Responder general characteristics, weighted data

CharacteristicsRepartition in each country, %a
Sample size, Nn (% missing data)AU 747CA 2284DE 559FR 502NL 618NZ 503NO 864SE 2905CH 1065UK 1001US 1001Total 12 049
Sex, female5324 (0.27)b37.043.844.335.045.345.040.051.532.949.139.944.2
Age, years12 029 (0.17)b
  <35116211.39.51.07.84.59.013.19.10.813.85.59.7
  35–44292128.822.135.715.828.129.031.726.618.130.920.324.3
  45–54315532.127.527.628.131.340.022.024.331.330.030.126.2
  55–64356117.326.328.639.033.318.027.028.136.419.228.829.6
  ≥65123010.514.57.19.32.74.06.211.813.56.216.110.2
Urban areac5898 (0.71)b71.866.752.970.446.669.737.752.451.568.072.157.7
FTE GPs in the practice, median (IQR)11 963 (3.4)5 (3–7)4 (2–7)1 (1–2)1 (1–2)1.6 (1.2–2.7)4 (2.5–6)4 (3–5.4)5 (3–7)1.4 (1–2)5 (3–6)3 (1–7)3 (1.8–6)
  • a Unless otherwise stated.

  • b Percentage of missing data.

  • c Urban location was self-reported. AU = Australia. CA = Canada. CH = Switzerland. DE = Germany. FR = France. FTE = full-time equivalent. IQR = interquartile range. NL = Netherlands. NO = Norway. NZ = New Zealand. SE = Sweden.