Notes to editors
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1,075 people responded to the survey, carried out by the HSJ in partnership with The King’s Fund. The breakdown of those who responded were:
- 90 per cent of respondents were women
- 45.7 per cent were from a clinical background, while 55.2 per cent were from a non-clinical background
- 63.1 per cent had children, while 36.9 per cent did not
- respondents were from a breadth of organisations (11 per cent from CCGs, 4 per cent from CSUs, 26.9 per cent from the acute sector)
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