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Table 2 Characteristics of GPs in the survey and in interviews

From: Fostering participation of general practitioners in integrated health services networks: incentives, barriers, and guidelines

  Survey
(n = 61)
Total
Interviewees
(n = 22)
Active
(n = 10)
Non Active
(n = 12)
Sex – male %(n) 67.2 (41) 63.6 (14) 60 (6) 66.6 (8)
Mother tongue     
%(n)     
   French 32.8 (20) 36.4 (8) 60 (6) 16.8 (2)
   English 52.5 (32) 50 (11) 30 (3) 66.6 (8)
   Other 14.7 (9) 13.6 (3) 10 (1) 16.6 (2)
General practitioners % (n) 85.2 (52) 86.4 (19) 100 (10) 75 (9)
Years of practice (average) 28.3 28.2 28.7 27.8
Rate of elderly patients in clientele     
< 25% 50.8 (31) 54.6 (12) 0 100 (12)
25–50% 27.9 (17) 27.2 (6) 60 (6) 0
> 50% 21.3 (13) 18.2 (4) 40 (4) 0
Collaborate with home care team (yes) % (n) 31.2 (19) 36.4 (8) 60 (6) 16.6 (2)
Number of frail elderly patients registered with SIPA 2.7 2.8 4.6 1.3
Active GPs % 42.6 45 100 0