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Table 3 Characteristics of patients that completed evaluation questionnaire (n = 214)

From: A multimedia campaign to improve back beliefs in patients with non-specific low back pain: a process evaluation

Mean age (SD) 56 (13.5) Occupational status (%)  
Gender (%) Male Female Student 7 (3.3)
101 (47.6) 111 (52.4) Employed 94 (44.3)
  Self-Employed 33 (15.6)
Back pain (%)a 124 (57.9) Unemployed 36 (17)
Mean Disability Score (SD)b 4 (4) Retired 42 (19.8)
Disability pension (%) 11 (5.2)  
  Volunteer work 26 (12.3)
Level of education (%)
None/Elementary 6 (2.8) Ethnicity
High School 14 (6.6) Native Dutch 198 (93.4)
Vocational 55 (25.9) Western ethnic minority 8 (3.8)
Higher 137 (64.6) Non-western ethnic minority 6 (2.8)
  1. aN patients that reported having LBP at start of the study
  2. bAs measured with Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire [41], scale range 0–24