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Table 1 Outlet and respondent characteristics

From: Does access to credit services influence availability of essential child medicines and licensing status among private medicine retail outlets in Uganda?

  Type of outlet  
Pharmacy n (%) Drug shop n (%) Total (%)
Outlet characteristics
 Number of outlets 24(4%) 562(96%) 586 (100%)
Location
  Urban 19(79%) 135(24%) 154(26%)
  Rural 5(21%) 427(76%) 432(74%)
Licensing Status
  Licensed 20 (83%) 147(26%) 167(29%)
  Not Licensed 4(17%) 409(74%) 413(71%)
Period of operation
  Less than five Years 15(79%) 369(81%) 384(90%)
  Five and above Years 2(11%) 42(9%) 44(10%)
Respondent characteristics
Respondent interviewed
  Outlet Owner 3(16%) 232(51%) 235(50%)
  Outlet Employee 16(84%) 223(49%) 239(50%)
Profession of respondent
  Pharmacist 1(5%) 1(1%) 2(1%)
  Pharmacy Technician 9(47%) 10(2%) 19(5%)
  Medical Doctor 1(5%) 0(0%) 1(0%)
  Nurse/midwife 6(32%) 279(71%) 285(82%)
  Laboratory Technician 0(0%) 1(0.2%) 1(0.2%)
  Clinical Officer 0(0%) 41(9%) 41(12%)
Membership of Medical Association
  Yes 4(21%) 53(12%) 57(13%)
  No 11(58%) 355(78%) 366(87%)