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Table 1 Demographics of survey responders and practice characteristics

From: Current transition management of adolescents and young adults with allergy and asthma: a European survey

European countries (n = 1179) Number (%) respondents
Albania 2 (0.2)
Austria 6 (0.5)
Belarus 8 (0.6)
Belgium 7 (0.6)
Bulgaria 4 (0.3)
Croatia 3 (0.2)
Cyprus 1 (0.1)
Czech Republic 26 (2.1)
Denmark 30 (2.4)
Estonia 4 (0.3)
Finland 4 (0.3)
France 46 (3.7)
Germany 68 (5.4)
Greece 34 (2.7)
Hungary 3 (0.2)
Iceland 3 (0.2)
Ireland 31 (2.5)
Italy 110 (8.8)
Kazakhstan 1 (0.1)
Kosovo 2 (0.2)
Latvia 1 (0.1)
Lithuania 6 (0.5)
Moldova 1 (0.1)
Monaco 1 (0.1)
Netherlands 32 (2.5)
Norway 16 (1.3)
Poland 10 (0.8)
Portugal 56 (4.5)
Republic of North Macedonia 8 (0.6)
Romania 54 (4.3)
Russia 175 (13.9)
Serbia 10 (0.8)
Slovakia 19 (1.5)
Slovenia 10 (0.8)
Spain 170 (13.5)
Sweden 29 (2.3)
Switzerland 8 (0.6)
Turkey 35 (2.8)
Ukraine 19 (1.5)
United Kingdom 124 (9.9)
Uzbekistan 2 (0.2)
Non-European countriesa 76 (6.1)
Language
 English 537 (45.5)
 Italian 105 (8.9)
 Greek 26 (2.2)
 Spanish 146 (12.4)
 German 74 (6.3)
 Russian 204 (17.3)
 French 34 (2.9)
EAACI section
 Asthma 292 (24.8)
 Dermatology 57 (4.8)
 ENT 46 (3.9)
 Immunology 99 (8.4)
 Paediatrics 358 (30.4)
 Primary Care and Allied Health 51 (4.3)
 Noneb 276 (23.4)
Profession
 Doctor 1082 (91.8)
 Specialist allergy nurse 68 (5.8)
 Dietician 15 (1.3)
 Othersc 14 (1.2)
Specialitye
 Paediatric allergy 368 (31.2)
 Paediatrics 331 (28.1)
 Allergy (adults only) 138 (11.7)
 Allergy (children and adults) 514 (43.6)
 Dermatology 40 (3.4)
 Respiratory Medicine 172 (14.6)
 Otorhinolaryngology 37 (3.1)
 General practitioner 41 (3.5)
 Internal Medicine 11 (0.9)
 Immunology 16 (1.4)
 Othersd 35 (3.0)
Work settinge
 Tertiary care 542 (46)
 Secondary care 293 (24.9)
 Primary care 270 (22.9)
 Private practice 283 (24.0)
 Research 7 (0.6)
Years in practice
 0–5 248 (21)
 6–10 261 (22.1)
 11–20 371 (31.5)
 > 21 299 (25.3)
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  2. aNon-European countries (Supplementary materials)
  3. bMember of the National allergy society only
  4. cPsychologist (n = 3, 0.3%), physician assistant allergy (n = 1, 0.1%), nurse practitioner in training (n = 2, 0.2%), resident doctor in training (n = 2, 0.2%), research associate (n = 3, 0.3%); health visitor (n = 2, 0.2%), medical student (n = 1, 0.1%)
  5. dPaediatric respiratory doctor (n = 20; 1.7%); psychologist (n = 3;0.3%); tabacology (n = 1;0.1%); sports medicine (n = 2;0.2%); safeguarding (n = 1;0.1%); research associate (n = 2; 0.2%); public healthcare (n = 2;0.2%); pharmacology (n = 1; 0.1%); infectionist (n = 3; 0.3%)
  6. eParticipants were allowed to select more than 1 answer
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