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Table 1 Demographics

From: Management of peripheral arterial disease in diabetes: a national survey of podiatry practice in the United Kingdom

Occupation (n = 283)
 Podiatrist 274 (96.8%)
 Podiatry consultant 7 (2.5%)
 Podiatry assistant 2 (0.7%)
How many years have you worked in this capacity? (n = 283)
 < 5 years 71 (25.1%)
 5–10 years 50 (17.7%)
 > 10 years 162 (57.2%)
Which sector do you work in? (n = 281)
 NHS 239 (85.1%)
 Private 42 (14.9%)
What is your banding? (n = 236)
 Band 4 1 (0.4%)
 Band 5 31 (13.1%)
 Band 6 89 (37.7%)
 Band 7 86 (36.4%)
 Band 8 27 (11.4%)
 Band 9 2 (0.8%)
In which region of the UK do you work? (n = 283)
 East 11 (3.9%)
 East Midlands 8 (2.8%)
 London 39 (13.8%)
 North East 3 (1.1%)
 North West 42 (14.8%)
 Northern Ireland 4 (1.4%)
 Scotland 45 (15.9%)
 South East 51 (18%)
 South West 21 (7.4%)
 Wales 23 (8.1%)
 West Midlands 8 (2.8%)
 Yorkshire and the Humber 28 (9.9%)
How many diabetic patients do you see per week? (n = 283)
 None 4 (1.4%)
 < 5 22 (7.8%)
 5–10 30 (10.6%)
 10–20 45 (15.9%)
 > 20 182 (64.3%)
How long is your typical appointment slot? (n = 283)
 0–10 min 2 (0.7%)
 10-20 min 59 (20.9%)
 20–30 min 176 (62.2%)
 > 30 min 46 (16.3%)