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Table 3 Perceived quality of deliberations (n = 13)a, combined total for every group with mixed group representing two previous respondents

From: Health professionals’ perspectives on breast cancer risk stratification: understanding evaluation of risk versus screening for disease

Question Number satisfied (%)a
Do you feel that your opinions were respected by your group? 13 (100%)
Do you feel you were listened to by your facilitator? 13 (100%)
Do you feel that the process that led to your group’s response was fair? 13 (100%)
How willing are you to abide by the group’s final position, even if you personally have a different view? 10 (70%)
How helpful did you find question and answer interaction with the experts? 10 (70%)
How helpful did you find the formal presentations given by the experts? 10 (70%)
How helpful did you find discussing the issues with other participants? 13 (100%)
How much did attending the session change your understanding about the use of this new breast cancer screening approach? 11 (80%)
How much did attending the session change your opinion about the use of this new breast cancer screening approach? 10 (70%)
  1. aCombined total for every group with mixed group representing two previous respondents.bRanked on a scale of 1–10 with “1” very unsatisfied and “10” very satisfied. Any response ≥ 6 was counted as satisfied and < 6 as unsatisfied