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Table 2 Proportion of students who agreed or strongly agreed that each of five key aspects of primary care were sufficiently covered in the curriculum

From: Impact of the primary care curriculum and its teaching formats on medical students’ perception of primary care: a cross-sectional study

Primary care characteristics Geneva, n = 54, % (95 % CI) Lausanne, n = 64, % (95 % CI)
Providing comprehensive care to patients of all ages n = 47, 87 % (78–96) n = 54 84 % (75–93)
Psychosocial aspects n = 53 98 % (95–100) n = 57 89 % (81–97)
Clinical reasoning and decision analysis in an outpatient context n = 34 63 % (50–75) n = 25 39 % (27–51)
Managing uncertainty with ambulatory diagnostic resources n = 29 54 % (40–67) n = 26 41 % (29–53)
Coordinating different healthcare professionals n = 32 59 % (46–72) n = 42 66 % (54–77)