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Table 1 Pilot-test respondent characteristics

From: Development and validation of the Readiness to Train Assessment Tool (RTAT)

N (%)
Age (N = 200) <  30 3 (1.5)
31–40 37 (18.5)
41–50 44 (22.0)
51–60 53 (26.5)
61–70 48 (24.0)
Over 70 8 (4.0)
Prefer not to answer 7 (3.5)
Gender (N = 200) Female 142 (71)
Male 58 (29)
Racial/ethnic group (N = 200) Black/African American 27 (13.5)
Hispanic/Latino 13 (6.5)
White/Non-Hispanic 123 (61.5)
Other 37 (18.5)
Highest level of education completeda (N = 202) Undergraduate 47 (23.3)
Graduate 99 (49.0)
Clinical Doctorate 56 (27.7)
Involvement in health center’s health professions training program(s)a (N = 202) Leadership 136 (67.3)
Management/Operations 96 (47.5)
Administration 103 (51.0)
Educator 71 (35.1)
Preceptor/Mentor 112 (55.4)
Not Applicable 60 (29.7)
Years of experience with health professions training program(s) (N = 200) No experience 12 (6)
Less than 1 44 (22)
1–5 36 (18)
6–10 15 (7.5)
More than 10 years 93 (46.5)
Current role at health center a (N = 201) Academic 19 (9.5)
Clinical 93 (46.3)
Administration 157 (78.1)
Education 30 (14.9)
Policy 21 (10.4)
Government 1 (0.5)
Other 12 (5.8)
Number of years working at current health center (N = 200) 0–5 77 (38.5)
6–10 36 (18)
More than 10 years 87 (43.5)
  1. a Respondents were allowed to select multiple options for this question