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Table 3 Pharmacy students perceived effectiveness and harmfulness of the CAM modalities they have used

From: Awareness, use, attitude and perceived need for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) education among undergraduate pharmacy students in Sierra Leone: a descriptive cross-sectional survey

Perceived effectiveness and harmfulness of CAM
Effectiveness 3 Likert type Very ineffective n (%) Ineffective n (%) Neutral (%) Effective n (%) Very effective n (%)
n (%) 10(11.1) 9(10) 5(5.6) 50(55.6) 16(17.8)
Harmfulness 3 Likert type Very harmful n (%) Harmful N (%) Neutral n (%) Not harmful n (%) Extremely not harmful n (%)
n (%) 4(4.4) 9(10) 10(11.1) 49(54.4) 18(20)
  1. 3Year of study, sex , age group and religion have no significant effect (using Fisher exact two tailed test P > 0.05) on pharmacy student perceived effectiveness and harmfulness of CAM modalities they have used.