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Table 1 Participant demographics and Summary Responses

From: A process evaluation of the improving wisely intervention: a peer-to-peer data intervention to reduce overuse in surgery

SURVEY PARTICIPANTS INTERVIEW PARTICIPANTS
Item n % Item n %
Sex Male (453)
Female (256)
Prefer not to answer (28)
61.47
34.74
3.80
Sex Male (19)
Female (11)
63%
37%
Age < 30 (1)
30–39 (237)
40–49 (262)
50–59 (138)
60–69 (65)
70+ (13)
Prefer not to answer (21)
0.14
32.16
35.55
18.72
8.82
1.76
2.85
Years of Practice as Mohs surgeon 0–5 (2)
6–10 (13)
11–15 (4)
16–20 (3)
21–30 (5)
31–40 (1)
41+ (0)
Prefer not to answer (2)
6.66
43.33
13.33
10.00
16.66
3.33
0.00
6.67
Years of Practice as Mohs surgeon 0–5 (205)
6–10 (154)
11–15 (121)
16–20 (85)
21–30 (109)
31–40 (44)
41+ (4)
Prefer not to answer (15)
27.82
20.90
16.42
11.53
14.79
6.00
0.54
2.03
Outlier/Inlier Status Notified Outlier (4)
Notified Inlier (26)
13.33
86.66
Aware of the Improving Wisely intervention Yes (700)
No (15)
Unsure (13)
No response (9)
96.15
2.06
1.79
Practice Type Academic/Public (8)
Private (22)
26.66
73.33
Have received an Improving Wisely data report Yes (551)
No (153)
Unsure (21)
No response (9)
75.69
21.02
2.88
   
Expectations of mean number of stages as described in data report As I had expected (476)
Greater than I expected (30)
Lower than I expected (38)
No response/ NA (193)
87.50
5.51
6.99
   
Preferred frequency of Improving Wisely intervention Annually (483)
Biannually (162)
Quarterly (35)
Never/ Not Needed (8)
No response (49)
70.20
23.55
5.09
1.16
   
  1. %calculation- missing data excluded from denominator