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Table 2 Sample Demographics

From: Telephone cognitive behavioural therapy to prevent the development of chronic widespread pain: a qualitative study of patient perspectives and treatment acceptability

Interview sample demographics (n = 32)
Unique identifier Age at screening Gender Related condition
IV1 51 F Lower back pain, neck pain and migraines
IV2 67 M Back and leg pain
IV3 77 F Osteoarthritis
IV4 54 M Sciatic pain (trapped nerve)
IV5 64 M Musculoskeletal injuries (shoulder, knee, hip)
IV6 74 F Musculoskeletal injury (knee) and frozen shoulder
IV7 49 F Patella femoral joint syndrome
IV8 74 F Knee pain
IV9 79 F Osteoarthritis
IV11 47 F Musculoskeletal injury (back)
IV12 48 M Musculoskeletal injury (knees)
IV13 67 F Rheumatoid Arthritis
IV14 50 M Musculoskeletal injury (shoulder)
IV15 68 F Ankylosing spondylitis
IV16 63 M Osteoarthritis
IV17 56 F Multiple sclerosis
IV18 69 M Osteoarthritis
IV19 53 M Sinus pain and migraines
IV20 64 M Arthritis (knees)
IV21 86 F Arthritis (knees and hands)
IV22 47 F Back pain
IV23 41 F Musculoskeletal injury (back, neck and shoulder)
IV24 48 F Neck and shoulder pain
IV25 35 F Migraines and tendonitis (foot)
IV26 62 M Sciatica (slipped disc and trapped nerve)
IV27 46 M Inflammatory bowel disease
IV28 72 M Muscle cramps/leg pain (Parkinson’s)
IV29 70 F Osteoporosis and Urinary Tract Infection
IV30 64 F Sciatica
IV31 54 F Inflammatory pain (Lupus)
IV32 78 M Knee pain
IV33 75 F Osteoarthritis