Table 2.

Number of patient visits to, as well as patient characteristics of those who visited, residents as captured in the RPP

RESIDENTS AND RESIDENT CHARACTERISTICSNO. OF PATIENT VISITSPATIENT SEX, N (%)PATIENT AGE, Y, N (%)
MALEFEMALE0–23–1011–2021–4041–6465–74≥ 75
All residents (N = 18)96413789 (39.3)5852 (60.7)1082 (11.2)571 (5.9)651 (6.8)2400 (24.9)3337 (34.6)971 (10.1)629 (6.5)
Male residents (N = 8)45382038 (44.9)2500 (55.1)494 (10.9)269 (5.9)224 (4.9)1100 (24.2)1664 (36.7)465 (10.3)322 (7.1)
Female residents
(N = 10)
51031751 (34.3)3352 (65.7)588 (11.5)302 (5.9)427 (8.4)1300 (25.5)1673 (32.8)506 (9.9)307 (6.0)
First-year residents
(N = 9)
50562009 (39.7)3047 (60.3)609 (12.0)298 (5.9)321 (6.3)1312 (26.0)1743 (34.5)450 (8.9)323 (6.4)
Second-year residents
(N = 9)
45851780 (38.8)2805 (61.2)473 (10.3)273 (6.0)330 (7.2)1088 (23.7)1594 (34.8)521 (11.4)306 (6.7)
CMGs (N = 14)78483124 (39.8)4724 (60.2)909 (11.6)451 (5.7)479 (6.1)1954 (24.9)2755 (35.1)778 (9.9)522 (6.7)
IMGs (N = 4)1793665 (37.1)1128 (62.9)173 (9.6)120 (6.7)172 (9.6)446 (24.9)582 (32.5)193 (10.8)107 (6.0)
  • CMG—Canadian medical graduate, IMG—international medical graduate, RPP—resident practice profile.

  • * All percentages might not add to 100 owing to rounding.