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Table 2 Demographic characteristics of all participants (cross-cultural adaptation, test-retest reliability and construct validity samples)

From: World Health Organisation Disability Assessment Schedule (WHODAS 2.0): development and validation of the Nigerian Igbo version in patients with chronic low back pain

  AGE GENDER MARITAL STATUS MAIN OCCUPATION RELIGION EDUCATION (years completed) LITERACY HABITATION
Cross-cultural adaptation (pilot/pre-testing) sample; n = 12 45 years (SD 10.36) Male: 7 (58.3%) Married: 11 (91.7%)
Single: 1 (8.3%)
Non-manual workers: 5 (41.7%)
Manual workers: 7 (58.3%)
Pentecostal: 10 (83.3%)
Catholic: 2 (16.7%)
10.0 (3.7) Illiterate: 4 (33.3%)
English: 6 (50%)
English/Igbo: 2 (16.7%)
Rural
Test-retest reliability sample; n = 50 45.2 years (SD 11.55) Male: 18 (36.0%) Married: 37 (74.0%)
Single: 8 (16.0%)
Widowed: 4 (8.0%)
Separated: 1 (2.0%)
Paid Non-manual: 25 (50.0%)
Self-employed business/farming: 19 (38.0%)
Keeping house/homemaker: 2 (4.0%)
Student: 2 (4.0%)
Non-paid work/volunteer/charity: 1 (2.0%)
  13.3 (7.14)   Urban: 30 (60.0%)
Rural: 20 (40.0%)
Construct validity sample; n = 200 48.6 years (SD 12.0) Male: 112 (44.0%) Married: 143 (71.5%)
Widowed: 31 (15.5%)
Single: 22 (11.0%)
Cohabiting: 2 (1.0%)
Separated: 2 (1.0%)
Self-employed business/farming: 125 (62.5%)
Paid Non-manual: 31 (15.5%)
Non-paid work/volunteer/charity: 16 (8.0%)
Keeping house/homemaker: 13 (6.5%)
Student: 7 (3.5%)
Unemployed (health reasons): 4 (2.0%)
Unemployed (other reasons): 3 (1.5%)
Retired: 1 (0.5%)
  7.0 (6.4)   Rural: 200 (100%)