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Table 2 Prevalence (per 100 active physicians) of CTR by sex, degree, and specialty comparing the Ohio Physician Workforce Profile and the Ohio Physician Roster file

From: The distribution of Ohio’s Certificates to Recommend: who will “prescribe” medical marijuana?

 Ohio Physician Workforce Profile (N = 34,217)State Medical Board Licensee Roster (N = 34,400)
% (ctr/n)% (ctr/n)
Overall1.39 (474/34217)1.38 (474/34400)
Sex*
 Female1.02 (122/11928)
 Male1.58 (352/22289)
Degree
 MD1.13 (333/29458)
 DO2.85 (141/4942)
Specialty
 Family Medicine3.26 (138/4231)3.44 (138/4007)
 Anesthesiology3.04 (43/1414)2.66 (43/1614)
 Emergency Medicine1.61 (27/1681)1.76 (27/1530)
 Internal Medicinea1.36 (107/7886)1.35 (107/7948)
  Neurology4.31 (21/487)3.03 (21/693)
 OB/GYN1.23 (18/1459)1.32 (18/1367)
 PM&R6.47 (22/340)6.06 (22/363)
 Pediatrics0.67 (14/2085)0.47 (14/2970)
 Psychiatry3.33 (38/1142)3.20 (38/1188)
 Surgeryb1.24 (31/2491)1.14 (31/2721)
 Otherc0.14 (15/11001)0.15 (15/9999)
  1. *Sex was not available in the Ohio Physician Roster file
  2. Degree was not available in the Ohio Physician Workforce Profile
  3. OB/GYN Obstetrics and Gynecology
  4. PM&R Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  5. aIncludes Internal Medicine and subspecialties
  6. bIncludes general surgery and surgery specialties
  7. cIncludes all other specialties