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Volume 11, Number 6—June 2005

Impact of Statewide Program To Promote Appropriate Antimicrobial Drug Use

Edward A. Belongia*Comments to Author , Mary Jo Knobloch*, Burney A. Kieke*, Jeffrey P. Davis‡, Carolyn Janette‡1, and Richard E. Besser§
Author affiliations: *Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation, Marshfield, Wisconsin, USA; †Wisconsin Division of Public Health, Madison, Wisconsin, USA; ‡Wisconsin Medical Society, Madison, Wisconsin, USA; §Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Table 3

Characteristics of 4,115 primary care physicians in long-term practice, Minnesota and Wisconsin

Characteristic* Minnesota, n (%) Wisconsin, n (%)
Family practice† 1,245 (62.0) 1,043 (49.5)
Internal medicine 396 (19.7) 565 (26.8)
Pediatrics 256 (12.7) 309 (14.7)
Emergency medicine 112 (5.6) 189 (9.0)
Practice location‡
Milwaukee-Waukesha MSA 726 (34.8)
Minneapolis-St. Paul MSA 1,216 (61.5)
Other counties 762 (38.5) 1,363 (65.2)

*MSA, metropolitan statistical area.
†Includes 67 physicians in general practice.
‡48 physicians excluded because practice location category changed during follow-up period.

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1Carolyn Janette is currently affiliated with Meriter Hospital, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

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