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Table 1 Sex, ethnicity, practice details and number of years employed in role for GPs and practice nurses

From: Challenges facing providers of imported malaria-related healthcare services for Africans visiting friends and relatives (VFRs)

ID Sex Ethnicity No of GPs in practice* No of PNS in practice* No of patients registered with practice* % of patients of “Black African” ethnicity** PCT Number of years working as a GP/practice nurse
GP1 M Caucasian 1-4 1-4 5,000-9,999 15-19 Lambeth 20-24
GP2 M Caucasian 10-14 5-9 15,000-19,999 15-19 Greenwich 20-24
GP3 M Caucasian 10-14 1-4 10,000-14,999 15-19 Lambeth 20-24
GP4 M Caucasian 5-9 1-4 5,000-9,999 10-19 Greenwich 20-24
GP5 M Caucasian 5-9 1-4 10,000-14,999 5-9 Lambeth 20-24
GP6 F Afro-Caribbean 1-4 1-4 5,000-9,999 15-19 Southwark 10-14
GP7 F Caucasian 5-9 1-4 5,000-9,999 5-9 Greenwich 10-14
GP8 M Caucasian 1-4 1-4 5,000-9999 20-24 Lambeth 25-29
GP9 M Caucasian 10-14 1-4 5,000-9,999 10-14 Lambeth 20-24
GP10 F Indian sub-continent 5-9 1-4 15,000-19,999 15-19 Greenwich 1-4
PN1 F Afro-Caribbean 1-4 1-4 5,000-9,999 15-19 Lambeth 5-9
PN2 F Caucasian 10-14 5-9 15,000-19,999 15-19 Greenwich 5-9
PN3 F Caucasian 5-9 1-4 5,000-9,999 10-19 Greenwich 15-19
PN4 F Caucasian 5-9 1-4 5,000-9,999 5-9 Greenwich 25-29
PN5 F Caucasian 1-4 1-4 5,000-9,999 20-24 Lambeth 5-9
PN6 F Black Caribbean 10-14 1-4 5,000-9,999 10-14 Lambeth 1-4
PN7 F Black Caribbean 10-14 1-4 10,000-14,999 5-9 Lambeth 10-14
PN8 F Caucasian 5-9 1-4 15,000-19,999 15-19 Greenwich 10-14
PN9 F Indian sub-continent 5-9 1-4 5,000-9,999 10-14 Lambeth 10-14
PN10 F Black African 1-4 1-4 <5,000 5-9 Greenwich 5-9
  1. *Data taken from the London Health observatory website [9].
  2. **Data taken from UK census 2001 [10].