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Table 4 Teachers’ personal characteristics affecting their online education satisfaction (n = 95)

From: Barriers and facilitators to online medical and nursing education during the COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives from international students from low- and middle-income countries and their teaching staff

Characteristics Satisfied with online education Not satisfied with online education p-value
  58 (61.1%) 37 (38.9%)  
Gender    
Male 23 (57.5%) 17 (42.5%) .545
Female 35 (63.6%) 20 (36.4%)
Age    
25–34 19 (76.0%) 6 (24.0%) .202
35–44 31 (55.4%) 25 (44.6%)
45–54 8 (57.1%) 6 (42.9%)
Professional title    
Lecturer and below 29 (63.0%) 17 (37.0%) .002
Associate professor 25 (71.4%) 10 (28.6%)
Professor 4 (28.6%) 10 (71.4%)  
Teaching subject type  
Basic subjects 33 (64.7%) 18 (35.3%) .432
Clinical subjects 25 (56.8%) 19 (43.2%)
Work type    
Teaching and others 52 (62.7%) 31 (37.3%) .529
Teaching only 6 (50.0%) 6 (50.0%)
Teaching experience  
Less than 5 years 32 (65.3%) 17 (34.7%) .380
5 years or more 26 (56.5%) 20 (43.5%)
Previous online teaching experience  
None 41 (57.7%) 30 (42.3%) .256
Some 17 (70.8%) 7 (29.2%)
Place to conduct online teaching  
Home 48 (63.2%) 28 (36.8%) .400
Work place 10 (52.6%) 9 (47.4%)