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Table 3 Proportion of female post-graduate physicians reporting barriers to obtaining cervical cancer screening, stratified by self-identified race/ethnicity

From: Racial and ethnic differences in personal cervical cancer screening amongst post-graduate physicians: Results from a cross-sectional survey

  Reported Barrier to Obtaining Screening,a No. (%)
  None Any "Time" "MD" "Comfort" "Sex"
Overall 113 (57) 84 (43) 71 (36) 22 (11) 17 (9) 7 (4)
Self-Identified Race/Ethnicity       
   White 70 (65) 37 (35) 32 (30) 6 (6) 6 (6) 2 (2)
   Asian 19 (40) 29 (60) 24 (50) 8 (17) 9 (19) 2 (4)
   African-American 12 (75) 4 (25) 4 (25) 1 (6) 0 (0) 0 (0)
   East Indian 6 (40) 9 (60) 7 (47) 5 (29) 2 (13) 3 (20)
   Hispanic/Latina 6 (55) 5 (45) 4 (36) 2 (18) 0 (0) 0 (0)
  1. Notes: "Time" = No Time to Schedule or Keep an Appointment; "MD" = No Primary Care Physician or Obstetrician-Gynecologist; "Comfort" = Not Comfortable Being Screened at Workplace Institution; "Sex" = Not Sexually Active.
  2. a Participants could report more than one barrier to obtaining cervical cancer screening.