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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of respondents

From: Perceptions and predictors of organizational justice among healthcare professionals in academic hospitals in South-Eastern Nigeria

SDFOverall (N = 360)Doctors (N = 105)Nurses (N = 200)AHPs (N = 55)
 n (%)n (%)n (%)n (%)
Hospital
 State hospital135 (37.5)41 (39)73 (36.5)21 (38.2)
 Federal hospital225 (62.5)64 (61)127 (63.5)34 (61.8)
Gender
 Male149 (41.4)96 (91.4)(4.0)45 (81.8)
 Female211 (58.6)9 (8.6)192 (96.0)10 (18.2)
Age
 20–2967 (18.6)27 (25.7)36 (18.0)4 (7.3)
 30–39187 (51.9)43 (41.0)112 (56)32 (58.2)
 40–4983 (23.1)30 (28.6)38 (19.0)15 (27.3)
 50 and above23 (6.4)5 (4.8)14 (7.0)4 (7.3)
Marital status
 Never Married93 (25.8)34 (32.4)41 (20.5)18 (32.7)
 Married267 (74.2)71 (67.6)159 (79.5)37 (67.3)
Education
  ≤ bachelor308 (85.6)82 (78.1)190 (95.0)36 (65.5)
  ≥ Masters*52 (14.4)23 (21.9)10 (5.0)19 (34.5)
Tenure
  < 10 yrs274 (76.1)99 (94.3)134 (67.0)41 (74.5)
  ≥ 10 years70 (19.5)6 (5.7)66 (33.0)14 (25.5)
  1. *Includes doctors with fellowship