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Table 6 Numbers of, and associations between knowledge and confidence (n = 66)

From: A cross-sectional study reporting concussion exposure, assessment and management in Western Australian general practice

Concussion knowledge Confident in diagnosing p-value Confident in managing p-value
Identified all symptoms and distractors correctly, n (%) No Yes 0.52^ No Yes 0.85^
- No 9 (75.0) 34 (63.0)   16 (66.7) 27 (64.3)  
- Yes 3 (25.0) 20 (37.0)   8 (33.3) 15 (35.7)  
Identified all signs and distractors correctly, n (%)    -    -
- No 12 (100.0) 54 (100.0)   24 (100.0) 42 (100.0)  
- Yes 0 0   0 0  
  1. ^Associations between knowledge and confidence in diagnosing concussion were assessed using Fisher’s exact test due to low number of expected frequencies. The same statistical approach was applied for confidence in managing concussion