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Table 1 Summary characteristics of contraceptive providers (n = 907)

From: Assessing differences in contraceptive provision through telemedicine among reproductive health providers during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States

  n %
Sex, n (%)   
 Female 644 (95)
 Male 29 (4)
 Other/non-binary 8 (1)
Age (mean ± SD) 44.8 ± 11.7
Race/ethnicity, n (%)   
 White 402 (60)
 Black 96 (14)
 Hispanic/Latinx 100 (15)
 Asian/Pacific Islander 58 (9)
 Native American 13 (2)
 Other 6 (1)
Provider type, n (%)   
 Physician 128 (17)
 Physician’s Assistant 31 (4)
 Nurse Practitioner/CNM 282 (37)
 Registered Nurse 120 (16)
 Other Nurse/Medical Assistant 65 (9)
 Health Educator/Social Worker 84 (11)
 Manager/Director 19 (3)
 Administrative Staff 24 (3)
 Student 2 (1)
Practice setting, n (%)   
 Primary care/Health department 228 (29)
 Family planning 179 (22)
 Youth/School-based health center/College clinic 290 (36)
 Independent abortion care clinics 33 (4)
 Hospital/Other 66 (8)
Clinic receives Title X funding   
 Yes 228 (33)
 No 268 (39)
 Does not know 186 (27)
Offering telemedicine visits pre-COVID 19 76 (11)
Clinic size (from contraceptive client volume), n (%)
 Smaller clinic (volume < 800) 392 (45)
 Larger clinic (volume ≥ 800) 473 (55)
Region, n (%)   
 Northeast 110 (14)
 Midwest 90 (11)
 Southeast 206 (26)
 West 200 (25)
 Southwest 195 (24)
Date at survey   
 April–August 2020 565 (62)
 September 2020–January 2021 342 (38)