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Table 1 Sociodemographicand other characters tics of health professionals participated in the study in Ethiopia, October to December, 2016 (n = 94)

From: Mental health training for primary health care workers and implication for success of integration of mental health into primary care: evaluation of effect on knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP)

Characteristics Frequency Percentage
Gender
 Male 28 29.79
 Female 66 70.21
Age
 Less than or equal to 25 29 30.85
 25–30 44 46.81
 Greater than 30 21 22.34
Marital status
 Single 40 42.55
 Married 34 36.17
 Divorced 12 12.76
 Separated/widowed 8 8.52
Ethnicity
 Amhara 24 25.53
 Oromo 42 44.68
 Tigray 15 15.96
 Gurage 8 8.52
 Others 5 5.31
Religion
 Orthodox christian 70 74.47
 Muslim 10 10.64
 Protestant 14 14.89
Educational level
 Diploma nurse 22 23.40
 Health officer 44 46.81
 BSC nurse 28 29.79
Taken psychiatry course in undergraduate training
 Yes 72 76.60
 No 22 23.40
Year of experience
 Less than 4 23 24.47
 4–7 50 53.19
 Greater than 7 21 22.34