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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Podiatrists’ views and experiences of using real time clinical gait analysis in the assessment and treatment of posterior tibial tendon dysfunction

Particpant Year Qualified Weekly MSK caseload (% of hours worked) Weekly MSK caseload (hours) Weekly MSK caseload (Number of patients seen) Duration of MSK Speciality (Years) Private practice (PP) / National Health Service (NHS) ratio Additional Qualifications
1 2010 30 15 18 9 100 % PP None
2 1994 100 45 70 25 80 % NHS 20 % PP MSc Theory of Podiatric Surgery
3 2009 100 32 45 7 100 % NHS MSc Podiatry
4 2000 80 28 40 18 100 % PP None
5 2000 80 25 40 18 100 % PP None
6 2009 100 38 50 11 95 % NHS 5 % PP MSc Theory of Podiatric Surgery
7 2010 60 20 40 9 40 % NHS 60 % PP None
8 2003 80 30 30 16 100 % PP None
9 2008 100 37.5 32 10 50 % NHS 50 % PP MSc MSK studies (lower limb)
10 1999 100 24 36 12 100 % NHS MSc Clinical Biomechanics
11 1992 50 30 35 20 40 % NHS 60 % PP PG Cert
12 1999 75 20 30 15 75 % NHS 25 % PP MSc Theory of Podiatric Surgery
13 2014 25 8 10 5 100 % NHS MSc
14 2005 70 25 20 10 20 % NHS 80 % PP MSc
15 2001 75 30 22 17 100 % NHS MSc Clinical Biomechanics
16 1994 90 45 40 25 100 % PP MSc Podiatry
17 1992 40 12 25 28 100 % PP None
18 1988 10 4 5 32 100 % NHS None
19 1987 25 10 10 30 100 % PP None
20 1996 20 6 4 20 100 % PP None
21 2009 30 6 7 11 100 % PP PG Dip
22 1990 100 35 60 30 100 % NHS MSc Clinical Biomechanics
23 2007 80 22 32 13 100 % PP None
24 2002 100 19 28 15 100 % NHS None
25 1991 50 17.5 16 30 100 % PP PhD
26 2003 15 3 3 13 100 % PP None
27 2003 80 28 28 17 10 % NHS 90 % PP None
28 2003 100 25 30 15 100 % PP MSc Sports Podiatry
29 1995 98 35 80 25 100 % PP PG Dip Biomechanics
Average 2000 68 23 31 17 62 %PP
38 %NHS
NA