Methods used (eg, survey, focus groups, interviews): Online survey. Platform used, Jisc Online surveys https://www.jisc.ac.uk and email submissions.
|Total respondents (across all methods)||328||109*|
|Total patients and carers||269||82|
|Total health and care professionals||87||27|
|Total number of original uncertainties submitted||999||100|
|Original uncertainties in scope||860||86|
|Original uncertainties out of scope||139||14|
Methods used (eg, survey, focus groups, interviews):
|Total number of indicative questions (answered & unanswered)||46||100|
|Number of verified answered questions||0||0|
|Number of verified unanswered questions||46||100|
|Number of verified unanswered questions included in the interim prioritisation||46|
|Total respondents (across all methods)||422||99**|
|Total patients friends/family and carers||341||81|
|Total health and care professionals||74||18|
|Number of questions taken to final workshop||18|
Final priority setting workshop
|Total patients and carers||13||54|
|Total health and care professionals||11||46|
e.g. please explain if totals do not add up to 100%
*The total respondents for ‘Total respondents (across all methods)’ does not add up to 100% (109%) because the way the questions were structured in the survey meant that you could answer multiple questions as yes or no. For example, you could be a person with psoriatic arthritis and a health and care professional working with people with psoriatic arthritis. In this example you would be a ‘yes’ for both questions.
**The total respondents for the interim prioritisation survey (patients, friends/family, carers and health and care professionals) does not add up to 100% (99%) because 7 respondents (1%) skipped this question.