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Table 2 Sociodemographic characteristics of participants

From: French cross-cultural adaptation of the Organizational Readiness for Implementing Change (ORIC)

Variables Occupational therapists participants of the study
(n = 125)
Population of Quebec occupational therapists (n = 4922)
n %
[95% confidence intervals]
N %
Sociodemographic characteristics
Gender
 Female 118 94.4 4534 92.1
 Male 7 5.6 388 7.9
Highest level of education
 Bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy 91 72.8   
 Professional Master’s degree in occupational therapy 24 19.2   
 Research Master’s degree 6 4.8   
 Other 4 3.2   
Professional experience of participants
 As an occupational therapist, years
 0–10 41 32.8   
 11–20 45 36.0   
 21–30 31 24.8   
 31–40 8 6.4   
As an occupational therapist working in homecare services, years
 0–10 73 58.4   
 11–20 39 31.2   
 21–30 13 10.4   
Quebec administrative region of professional practice
 1. Bas-St-Laurent 5 4.0 [0.6; 7.4] 115 2.3
 2. Saguenay – Lac-St-Jean 9 7.2 [2.7; 11.7] 141 2.8
 3. Capitale Nationale 10 8.0 [3.2; 12.8] 628 12.5
 4. Mauricie-et-Centre-du-Québec 0 0 336 6.7
 5. Estrie 11 8.8 [3.8; 13.8] 227 6.7
 6. Montréal 30 24.0 [16.5; 31.5] 1519 30.2
 7. Outaouais 8 6.4 [2.1; 10.7] 179 3.6
 8. Abitibi-Témiscamingue 2 1.6 [0; 3.8] 57 1.1
 9. Côte-Nord 1 0.8 [0; 2.4] 39 0.8
 10. Nord-du-Québec 1 0.8 [0; 2.4] 17 0.3
 11. Gaspésie – Îles-de-la-Madeleine 3 2.4 [0; 5.1] 46 0.9
 12. Chaudière-Appalaches 11 8.8 [3.8; 13.8] 230 4.6
 13. Laval 5 4.0 [0.6; 7.4] 237 4.7
 14. Lanaudière 6 4.8 [1.1; 8.5] 231 4.6
 15. Laurentides 8 6.4 [2.1; 10.7] 282 5.6
 16. Montérégie 15 12.0 [6.3; 17.7] 742 14.8