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Table 3 Research, research ethics, and biobank attitude of the studied paramedical and administrative team participants, pre-intervention

From: Effect of educational intervention on knowledge and attitude towards research, research ethics, and biobanks among paramedical and administrative teams in the National Liver Institute, Egypt

 Paramedical (70)Administrative team (N = 115)
AgreeFairDisagreeAgreeFairDisagree
N%N%N%N%N%N%
14. Patients’ outcomes improve with continuing medical research.6491.468.6008977.42521.710.9
15. The employee should be trained in scientific research and was mandatory.4361.42637.111.48372.2312710.9
16. Participation in future scientific research.5781.41318.6007565.23227.887
17. Ethics Committee of Scientific Research is useful.6592.957.1009986.11613.900
18. Research should be reviewed for ethical standards before completion of the research.6491.468.60010087151300
19. Research ethics should be taught as a mandatory university unit.5375.71521.422.99078.32521.700
20. Patients should be informed of the full details of the research including risks and benefits and written consent.5984.368.657.184732017.4119.6
21. Helping in collection of samples for a biobank.28404260004236.661531210.4
22. People who provide vital samples help diagnose diseases3347.13651.411.46052.2544710.9
23. People who give vital samples help prevent diseases2637.1426022.95144.35648.787
24. Giving biological sample is for the greater good of society.4158.62941.4006455.75043.510.9
25. Giving samples to a biobank.2738.63448.6912.94135.75951.31513
26. Assisting in the collection of samples for the NLI biobank.639057.122.97565.23631.343.5
  1. Positive attitude answers are in italics, and the most frequent answers are in boldface