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Table 3 Characteristics of the research studies

From: Challenges, coping responses and supportive interventions for international and migrant students in academic nursing programs in major host countries: a scoping review with a gender lens

Descriptor Papers
N = 82, % (n)
Methodology
 Qualitativea 67.1% (55)
 Quantitativeb 24.4% (20)
 Mixed 8.5% (7)
Location of the study
 United States 57.3% (47)
 Europec 12.2% (10)
 Australia 24.4% (20)
 Canada 4.9% (4)
 New Zealand 1.2% (1)
Student groupd
 International students 46.3% (38)
 Migrants 15.9% (13)
 International students and migrants 11.0% (9)
 Foreign-born non-specified 17.1% (14)
 English-as-a-second language students 9.8% (8)
Education leveld,e
 College/vocational 17.1% (14)
 Bachelor 73.2% (60)
 Masters 22.0% (18)
 Doctorate 15.9% (13)
 Graduate (not specified) 3.7% (3)
Clinical learning environment was a primary focus 18.3% (15)
Academic or clinical educator and/or administrator participants 34.1% (28)
Student participants 89.0% (73)
Student participants’ sex N = 73f
 Males 2.7% (2)
 Females 12.3% (9)
 Males and Females 56.2% (41)
 Not specified 28.8% (21)
Student participants’ region of origine N = 73f
 North Africa and/or Middle East 31.5% (23)
 Sub-Saharan Africa/Africa unspecified and/or South Africa 39.7% (29)
 Caribbean 8.2% (6)
 Latin America 21.9% (16)
 Eastern Europe and/or Russia 9.6% (7)
 South Asia 19.2% (14)
 South East Asia 39.7% (29)
 East Asia 45.2% (33)
 Unspecified Asia 26.0% (19)
 Western/Northern/Southern Europe, North America  
 (excluding Mexico), and/or Australia 17.8% (13)
 Unspecified 26.0% (19)
  1. a Two also included some quantitative data
  2. b Seven also included some qualitative data
  3. c Includes the United Kingdom (n = 5), Finland (n = 3), Ireland (n = 1) and Norway (n = 1)
  4. d Based on the student participants and/or the focus of the paper
  5. e A study may be counted in more than one category so percentages do not add to 100%
  6. f Based on studies with student participants