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Table 3 Attitudes of community pharmacists towards pharmacogenomics services

From: Knowledge, attitude and perception of community pharmacists towards pharmacogenomics services in northern Nigeria: a cross-sectional study

Variable Frequency (n = 161) Percentage (%)
Would you recommend pharmacogenomics testing to your patients if those tests could predict that a specific drug could be efficacious in their case?
 Yes, straight away 69 42.9
 Yes, but after having had training on the subject 68 42.2
 No 15 9.3
 Not sure 7 4.3
Are you willing to receive and interpret the pharmacogenomics testing results of your patients?
 Yes, straight away 56 34.8
 Yes, but after having had training on the subject 101 62.7
 Not sure 3 1.9
Would you advise your patient on a treatment choice based on patient’s pharmacogenomics testing result?
 Yes, straight away 52 32.3
 Yes, but after having had training on the subject 106 65.8
 Not sure 2 1.2
Would you make recommendations to a physician based on patient’s pharmacogenomics testing result?
 Yes, straight away 82 50.9
 Yes, but after having had training on the subject 78 48.8
Are you interested in providing pharmacogenomics testing services?
 Yes, straight away 73 45.6
 Yes, but after having had training on the subject 79 49.1
 Not sure 8 5.0