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Table 1 Number of editorial board members per journal and country. The percentage is given in brackets. The countries are separated in groups according to their income level by World Bank criteria.

From: Composition of the editorial boards of leading medical education journals

  Academic Medicine Medical Education Medical Teacher Total
  Total: 15 (100) Total: 42 (100) Total: 29 (100) Total: 86 (100)
High-income economies USA: 12 (80.0)
Canada: 3 (20.0)
UK: 12 (28.6)
Canada: 7 (16.7)
USA: 6 (14.3)
Denmark: 2 (4.8)
Hong Kong: 2 (4.8)
Netherlands: 2 (4.8)
Australia: 1 (2.4)
Austria: 1 (2.4)
Bahrain: 1 (2.4)
Ireland: 1 (2.4)
Italy: 1 (2.4)
New Zealand: 1 (2.4)
Spain: 1 (2.4)
Switzerland: 1 (2.4)
UK: 9 (31.0)
Spain: 2 (6.9)
Switzerland: 2 (6.9)
USA: 2 (6.9)
Australia: 1 (3.4)
Canada: 1 (3.4)
Denmark: 1 (3.4)
France: 1 (3.4)
Germany: 1 (3.4)
Israel: 1 (3.4)
Japan: 1 (3.4)
Netherlands: 1 (3.4)
Norway: 1 (3.4)
UK: 21 (24.4)
USA: 20 (23.3)
Canada: 11 (12.8)
Denmark: 3 (3.5)
Netherlands: 3 (3.5)
Spain: 3 (3.5)
Switzerland: 3 (3.5)
Australia: 2 (2.3)
Hong Kong: 2 (2.3)
Austria: 1 (1.2)
Bahrain: 1 (1.2)
France: 1 (1.2)
Germany: 1 (1.2)
Ireland: 1 (1.2)
Israel: 1 (1.2)
Italy: 1 (1.2)
Japan: 1 (1.2)
New Zealand: 1 (1.2)
Norway: 1 (1.2)
Upper-middle-income economies    Argentina: 1 (3.4)
Latvia: 1 (3.4)
Saudi Arabia: 1 (3.4)
Argentina: 1 (1.2)
Latvia: 1 (1.2)
Saudi Arabia: 1 (1.2)
Lower-middle-income economies   Fiji: 2 (4.8)
South Africa: 1 (2.4)
Romania: 1 (3.4) Fiji: 2 (2.3)
Romania: 1 (1.2)
South Africa: 1 (1.2)
Low-income economies    Bangladesh: 1 (3.4) Bangladesh: 1 (1.2)