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Table 1 Sociodemographic features of the students and use of antibiotics

From: Knowledge, attitude, and practice regarding antibiotic use and resistance among medical students in Colombia: a cross-sectional descriptive study

   Total
   n %
Sex Female 325 61.1
Male 207 38.9
Socioeconomic level according to DANE Low 47 9.4
Middle 322 64.7
High 129 25.9
Father’s education level Primary/Secondary 190 39.7
Technical/Technological 41 8.6
Undergraduate/Postgraduate 247 51.7
Mother’s education level Primary/Secondary 158 32.5
Technical/Technological 81 16.7
Undergraduate/Postgraduate 247 50.8
He/she is planning to pursue postgraduate studies 510 96.8
He/she has experience in research or training on antibiotics and/or antibiotic resistance 291 54.7
Stage at which he/she believes that the faculty should devote more time to the subject First year (Semester I and II) 70 13.4
Second year (Semester III and IV) 120 23.0
Third year (Semester V and VI) 147 28.2
Fourth year (Semester VII and VIII) 66 12.7
Fifth year (Semester IX and X) 59 11.3
Sixth year (Semester XI and XII) 59 11.3
He/she has received antibiotics in the past year 261 49.1
He/she has received antibiotics in the past 6 months 171 32.3
He/she has received antibiotics in the past month 65 12.2
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