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Table 3

Difference in the percentage of “Agree” on the reliability of central government and risk avoidance behavior regarding radiation among medical doctors, pharmacists, nurses and laypersons.

Medical doctors (n = 170) Pharmacists (n = 84) Nurses (n = 246) Laypersons (n = 1030)
Term Agree (%) Agree (%) Agree (%) Agree (%) χ2test
Taking into account the uncertainty of the risk assessment, laypersons should avoid the risk at your own risk 32.4 29.8 33.3 54.0 0.000
By performing the risk avoidance behavior according to the criteria defined by the government, laypersons can avoid sufficiently health risks. 23.5 22.6 24.8 21.3 0.644

“According to percentage of scores 4 and 5”.

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