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Table 2 Professional panellist characteristics

From: Consensus on pre-operative total knee replacement education and prehabilitation recommendations: a UK-based modified Delphi study

  Number of panellists (%) (n = 30)
Workplace location
 Scotland 2 (7%)
 Northern Ireland 4 (13%)
 Wales 2 (7%)
 North West 5 (17%)
 Yorkshire and the Humber 9 (30%)
 South West 3 (10%)
 South East 1 (3%)
 London 4 (13%)
Current professional rolea
 Orthopaedic surgeon 5 (17%)
 Advanced arthroplasty practitioner 2 (7%)
 Nurse 2 (7%)
 Physiotherapist 12 (40%)
 Occupational therapist 4 (13%)
 Rehabilitation assistant 3 (10%)
 Psychotherapist 1 (3%)
 Clinical commissioner 3 (10%)
 Manager 2 (7%)
 Researcher 2 (7%)
Years’ experience as a health professional
 0–9 5 (17%)
 10–19 11 (37%)
 20–29 9 (30%)
 30–49 5 (17%)
Workplace settinga
 NHS teaching hospital 18 (60%)
 NHS district/general hospital 7 (23%)
 Private Hospital or other private location(s) 5 (17%)
 Commissioning organisation 3 (10%)
 Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies 1 (3%)
Currently provide clinical care to patients who are listed for or have undergone TKR surgery
 Yes 27 (90%)
 No 3 (10%)
Phases of the TKR pathway currently work in (n = 27)a,b
 Pre-operative phase 20 (74%)
 Acute phase 20 (74%)
 Post-operative phase 19 (70%)
Number of patients who are listed for or have undergone TKR surgery seen during previous week (n = 27)b
 0 2 (7%)
 1–2 4 (15%)
 3–5 2 (7%)
 6–10 9 (33%)
  > 10 10 (37%)
  1. TKR Total knee replacement
  2. a Panellists could select more than one option
  3. b Only includes panellists who indicated they currently provide clinical care to patients who are listed for/have undergone total knee replacement surgery