Survey responses on perspectives of physicians and registered nurses.
datasetposted on 2019-03-14, 17:43 authored by Sara H. Katsanis, Elaine Huang, Amanda Young, Victoria Grant, Elizabeth Warner, Sharon Larson, Jennifer K. Wagner
A. Responses to statements reflecting awareness and understanding of human trafficking, and preparedness for encountering a human trafficking case; B. Responses to statements reflecting perspectives on relevant concepts. N (%). NR = non-response; Statistically significant differences occurring by professional role (P), department (D), years (in other words, tenure) in the profession (T), race (R), and gender identity (G) of respondent are displayed, where appropriate, in the right-most column.
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