Table 4

Perceptions of effectiveness of educational interventions before (baseline) and after CBDE rotation (followup), by percentage of total respondents (N=305)

QuestionDisagreeNeutralAgree
1m.To date, my classes prepared me well for treating patients from backgrounds different from mine.*Baseline5.2%24.6%70.2%
Follow-up3.0%19.1%77.9%
2m.To date, my classes prepared me well for treating patients with HIV/AIDS.*Baseline10.2%28.6%61.2%
Follow-up3.0%22.5%74.5%
3m.The curriculum should include more education about treating patients from different backgrounds.Baseline11.6%32.3%56.1%
Follow-up10.9%36.1%53.0%
4m.The curriculum should include more education about treating patients with HIV/AIDS.Baseline9.5%26.6%63.8%
Follow-up10.3%27.8%61.9%
5m.I know what to do in the event of an occupational exposure to blood.*Baseline4.3%13.2%82.5%
Follow-up1.0%9.0%90.0%
6m.Meeting an individual who is HIV-positive would influence my decision to treat HIV-positive patients in the future.*Baseline38.0%33.3%28.7%
Follow-up28.1%31.5%40.4%
7m.Reading case reports about patients with HIV/AIDS would help me to be a better provider for these patients.Baseline7.2%20.1%72.7%
Follow-up8.3%23.2%68.5%
8m.Treating a known HIV-positive patient with clinical supervision would give me more confidence in treating HIV-positive patients in the future.Baseline6.6%15.1%78.3%
Follow-up5.0%20.9%74.2%