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Table 7 Demographic characteristics of the respondents and their level of attitude

From: Knowledge, attitude and practice of emergency contraceptive pills among community pharmacy practitioners working in Kathmandu Valley: a cross-sectional study

Variables Negative Attitude n (%) Positive Attitude n (%) Chi-Square value p-value
Age
  < 20 3 (20.0) 26 (12.3) 4.370 0.358
 20–29 9 (60.0) 98 (46.2)   
 30–39 1 (6.7) 50 (23.6)   
 40–49 2 (13.3) 21 (9.9)   
 Greater and equal to 50 0 17 (8.0)   
Gender
 Male 8 (53.3) 123 (58.0) 0.126 0.723
 Female 7 (46.7) 89 (42.0)   
Religion
 Hindu 12 (80.0) 178 (84.0) 0.777 0.855
 Buddhist 3 (20.0) 29 (13.7)   
 Muslim 0 3 (1.4)   
 Christian 0 2 (0.9)   
Degree
 B Pharmacy 4 (26.7) 53 (25.0) 3.601 0.463
 CMA 4 (26.7) 25 (11.8)   
 D Pharmacy 5 (33.3) 85 (40.1)   
 M Pharmacy 1 (6.7) 12 (5.7)   
 Others 1 (6.7) 37 (17.5)   
Primary Position
 Staff 6 (40.0) 103 (48.6) 2.254 0.521
 Manager 2 (13.3) 10 (4.7)   
 Owner 7 (46.7) 98 (46.2)   
 Others 0 1 (0.5)   
Years of Experience
  < 5 years 10 (66.7) 101 (47.6) 2.106 0.349
 5–10 years 3 (20.0) 58 (27.4)   
  > 10 years 2 (13.3) 53 (25.0)   
Location of Pharmacy
 Inside city 8 (53.3) 115 (54.2) 0.093 0.955
 Near Hospital 5 (33.3) 64 (30.2)   
 Periphery 2 (13.3) 33 (15.6)   
District in which pharmacy is situated
 Kathmandu 9 (60.0) 161 (75.9) 1.948 0.378
 Lalitpur 4 (26.7) 32 (15.1)   
 Bhaktapur 2 (13.3) 19 (9.0)