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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Lower limb vascular assessment techniques of podiatrists in the United Kingdom: a national survey

N 307
Podiatry setting NHS 211 (68.7%)
Private practice 89 (29.0%)
Research/education 4 (1.3%)
Other 3 (1.0%)
Current primary caseload High risk patients 110 (35.8%)
Low risk routine patients 82 (19.5%)
Wound care 60 (19.5%)
Musculoskeletal 28 (9.1%)
Rheumatology 2 (0.7%)
Nail surgery patients 0 (0%)
Paediatric 1 (0.3%)
Mixed/other 22 (7.2%)
Place of practice Town 160 (52.1%)
City 98 (31.9%)
Rural 49 (16.0%)
Country England 219 (71.3%)
Scotland 43 (14.0%)
Northern Ireland 22 (7.2%)
Wales 22 (7.2%)
Other 1 (0.3%)
Education Diploma 17 (5.5%)
Bachelor’s degree or graduate entry Master’s degree 196 (63.8%)
Post graduate coursework 76 (24.8)
Higher degree by research only 15 (4.9)
Years practicing, mean (SD) 16.6 (10.3)
  1. Values are presented as n (%), unless otherwise indicated. NHS = National Health Service