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Table. 4.

Table. 4.

Differences on perception on public’s exposure to pharmacist-run personal boadcast by survey respondents’ characteristics

Variables Perception on public’s exposure to PRPB p-value**
Positive* Negative*
Total no. of respondents 121 92 (76.0%) 29 (24.0%)
Gender Male 29 (65.9%) 15 (34.1%) 0.04
Female 63 (81.8%) 14 (18.2%)
Age Under 40’s 56 (71.8%) 22 (28.2%) 0.14
Above 50’s 36 (83.7%) 7 (16.3%)
Current or recent workplace Community pharmacy 36 (67.9%) 17 (32.1%) 0.16
Pharmaceutical company 28 (80.0%) 7 (20.0%)
Other 28 (84.8%) 5 (15.2%)
Personal broadcasting experience Yes 1 (50.0%) 1 (50.0%) 0.42
No 91 (76.5%) 28 (23.5%)

PRPB, pharmacist-run personal broadcast

*Positive includes ‘positive’ and ‘very positive’; Negative includes ‘negative’ and ‘very negative’

**chi-square test

Yakhak Hoeji 2022;66:152-9 https://doi.org/10.17480/psk.2022.66.3.152
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