Table 3.

Descriptive Statistics for the Adapted Sexual Experience Questionnaire (SEQ)

Percentage With
RespondentsAdapted SEQ/SubscaleMinimumMaximumMean ± SDαScore of Zero
All respondents (n=129)SEQ – Colleagues
 Gender harassment0206.78 ± 4.220.844
 Unwanted sexual attention0122.00 ± 2.180.8231
 Sexual coercion0140.51 ± 1.710.8683
 Mistaken role043.15 ± 0.96N/A1
Subset that responded to both SEQ – Colleagues and SEQ – Patients and Their Families (n=69)
SEQ – Colleagues
 Gender harassment0208.07 ± 4.18N/A1
 Unwanted sexual attention0122.38 ± 2.24N/A17
 Sexual coercion0140.71 ± 2.16N/A80
 Mistaken role143.38 ± 0.82N/A0
SEQ – Patients and Their Families
 Gender harassment0208.06 ± 3.960.853
 Unwanted sexual attention082.90 ± 2.160.7110
 Sexual coercion0110.46 ± 1.760.8887
 Mistaken role143.55 ± 0.72N/A0
  • N/A, not applicable.

  • Gender harassment was assessed by survey (Figure) items 1-4, 6-7, and 9; unwanted sexual attention by items 5, 8, 10, and 13-14; and sexual coercion by items 11-12 and 15-19.