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Table 4 Descriptive data of responses to the satisfaction survey

From: The effect of a dementia awareness class on changing dementia attitudes in adolescents

  MDN (IQR) Strongly Disagree: 1 Disagree: 2 Neither agree nor disagree: 3 Agree: 4 Strongly Agree: 5 Missing
N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%)
The dementia awareness class increased my knowledge of people living with dementia 4 (1) 3 (1.5%) 6 (3.0%) 30 (15.1%) 95 (47.7%) 54 (27.6%) 10 (5.0%)
The dementia awareness class has improved my attitudes towards people living with dementia 4 (1) 0 (0.0%) 8 (4.0%) 61 (30.7%) 87 (43.7%) 31 (15.6%) 12 (6.0%)
The dementia awareness class was interesting. 4 (1) 1 (0.5%) 8 (4.0%) 40 (20.1%) 102 (51.3%) 35 (17.6%) 13 (6.5%)
The dementia awareness class was too long. 3 (1) 15 (7.5%) 68 (34.2%) 82 (41.2%) 19 (9.5%) 4 (2.0%) 11 (5.5%)
I am now more confused about dementia 2 (1) 57 (28.6%) 85 (42.7%) 37 (18.6%) 7 (3.5%) 2 (1.0%) 11 (5.5%)
I would have liked to have met a person living with dementia during the class 4 (1) 7 (3.5%) 14 (7.0%) 68 (34.2%) 61 (30.7%) 38 (19.1%) 11 (5.5%)
I now feel more comfortable talking about dementia 4 (1) 2 (1.0%) 6 (3.0%) 73 (36.7%) 79 (39.7%) 29 (14.6%) 10 (5.0%)
I now know enough about dementia 4 (1) 7 (3.5%) 15 (7.5%) 62 (31.2%) 80 (40.2%) 24 (12.1%) 11 (5.5%)
Overall, I enjoyed the dementia awareness class 4 (1) 2 (1.0%) 5 (2.5%) 43 (21.6%) 98 (49.2%) 41 (20.6%) 10 (5.0%)
  1. IQR Interquartile range, MDN Median