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Table 2 Respondents beliefs regarding IM

From: Attitudes toward integrative paediatrics: a national survey among youth health care physicians in the Netherlands

Respondents' beliefs regarding (totally) agree not agree/ not disagree (totally) disagree
  Percentage* N = 276
... the health care provider-client relationship    
   • Clients don't want a coaching physician, they want a physician to decide what is best for them 12 % 28 % 60 %
   • Each physician should be capable of applying motivational interviewing 99 % 1 % 1 %
   • The physician should inform the client accurately about all possible treatments for the client to make his/her own choice 87 % 7 % 6 %
   • The computer is overwhelmingly present during consultations 43 % 24 % 32 %
... prevention strategies    
   • Self-management means the client is compliant to the treatment given 73 % 20 % 6 %
   • The clients is responsible to acquire extra information concerning the diagnosis or treatment 33 % 28 % 39 %
   • Self-management means that the client has to change his/her lifestyle 56 % 30 % 15 %
... healing environment    
   • A pleasant environment influences the clients' healing positively 92 % 8 % 0 %
   • A pleasant environment has a positive effect on the functioning of the child and caregivers 98 % 2 % 0 %
   • The interaction between body, mind and environment is nothing less than a trend 6 % 9 % 83 %
  1. *Percentile may add to less or more than 100% due to rounding.