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Table 2 Prescribing practices and measurement scores of respondents

From: Determinants of antibiotic prescribing behaviors of primary care physicians in Hubei of China: a structural equation model based on the theory of planned behavior

Measurements Mean (SD) Skewness Median N (%) of scores > 3
Attitudes (5 items) 3.14 (0.79) −0.2963 3.20 256 (50.89)
Subjective norms (6 items) 3.05 (0.70) −0.2584 3.00 245 (48.71)
Perceived behavioral control (5 items) 3.39 (0.67) −0.1065 3.40 336 (66.80)
Behavioral intentions
 to prescribe antibiotics (3 items) 2.15 (0.63) 0.2699 2.00 21 (4.17)
 to reduce antibiotic prescriptions (3 items) 4.29 (0.52) −0.1684 4.00 487 (96.82)
Prescribing practice
 Percentage of prescriptions containing antibiotics 40.54 (20.82) 0.3171 40.35
 Percentage of prescriptions containing combined antibiotics 9.81 (10.18) 2.3259 7.20
  1. SD Standard deviation