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Table 2 Survey results of the respondents on the CLIP process (n = 78)

From: An interdisciplinary guideline development process: the Clinic on Low-back pain in Interdisciplinary Practice (CLIP) low-back pain guidelines

CLIP process comments N (%)
  Little (1–2) 3 Very (4–5) N/O* Missing
Intensity of participation 43 (55%) 20 (26%) 11 (14%) - 4 (5%)
Appreciation of CLIP elements:      
   Discussion forums 14 (18%) 15 (19%) 33 (42%) 12 (15%) 4 (5%)
   Anonymous questionnaires 8 (10%) 16 (21%) 17 (22%) 32 (41%) 5 (6%)
   CLIP symposia 5 (6%) 4 (5%) 39 (50%) 26 (33%) 4 (5%)
   Overall CLIP process 6 (8%) 13 (17%) 52 (67%) 3 (4%) 4 (5%)
Improvement between initial and final versions of recommendations 7 (9%) 20 (26%) 33 (42%) 13 (17%) 5 (6%)
Influence of participant comments on final recommendations 9 (12%) 18 (23%) 25 (32%) 22 (28%) 4 (5%)
Opportunity to intervene in the CLIP process 13 (17%) 12 (15%) 40 (51%) 8 (10%) 5 (6%)
  Never 1–5 6–10 >11 Missing
Frequency of CLIP website visits 5 (6%) 32 (41%) 15 (19%) 22 (28%) 4 (5%)
  1. * No opinion