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Table 1 The percentage of participants scoring a certain response category per question (n = 30)

From: Clinical guidance for podiatrists in the management of foot problems in rheumatic disorders: evaluation of an educational programme for podiatrists using a mixed methods design

  Not applicable Inadequate Enough Good Very good
The educational programme was helpful with regard
to:
 Basic knowledge about medication use in rheumatic disorders 0% 23% 30% 43% 3%
 The latest insights into the treatment of rheumatic disorders 0% 13% 37% 40% 10%
 Basic knowledge about the use of ultrasound to detect inflammatory activity in rheumatic disorders 0% 0% 40% 47% 13%
 Recognizing foot problems in relation to problems in the knee, hip of back, specifically for rheumatic disorders 3% 10% 43% 40% 3%
 Recognizing foot problems with an inflammatory component 0% 0% 43% 47% 10%
 Recognizing foot problems with a biomechanical component, specifically for rheumatic foot problems 3% 3% 37% 50% 7%
 Recognizing specific rheumatic nail abnormalities 7% 17% 37% 37% 3%
 Being able to palpate joints to detect inflammatory activity 0% 3% 30% 50% 17%
 Knowledge about the scientific evidence of treatment options for rheumatic foot problems 7% 13% 47% 20% 13%
 Using the indication matrix to choose treatment options 0% 13% 40% 30% 17%
 Knowing the principles of ‘stepped care’ 0% 3% 47% 33% 13%
 Knowledge about the criteria for referring to other disciplines 0% 3% 47% 43% 7%
 The use of measuring instruments to evaluate treatment goals 3% 7% 50% 33% 7%
 Regarding the form of the educational programme, the degree of variety in the programme is: 0% 0% 37% 43% 20%
 Regarding the form of the educational programme, the use of practice cases in the programme is: 0% 0% 33% 43% 23%
 What did you think of the duration of the educational programme? 33% too short 67% good 0% too long
 On average I give the educational programme the grade: (between 1 and 10) 7.6 (SD1.11)