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Table 1 Characteristics of the 22 women interviewed collected at recruitment to the clinical trial using a structured questionnaire completed by recruiting physiotherapist

From: Group versus individual sessions delivered by a physiotherapist for female urinary incontinence: an interview study with women attending group sessions nested within a randomised controlled trial

Participant Identifier Age years Ethnicity Employment Status Did participant continue education after minimum school leaving age? How would you describe the severity of your urinary problems or incontinence?
A1 47 White Working 20 h/week No Mild
A2 59 White Unable to work due to illness/disability. Yes Moderate
A3 49 White Working 20 h/week No Moderate
A4 57 White Unable to work due to illness/disability No Mild
A5 30 White On maternity leave Yes Moderate
A6 52 White Unable to work due to illness/disability Yes Severe
A7 36 White Working 15 h/week Yes Moderate
A8 59 White Working 7 h/week Yes Moderate
A9 64 White At home and not looking for paid employment Yes Severe
A10 43 White Working 37 h/week No Mild
A11 51 White Working 39 h/week No Moderate
A12 52 White Working 35 h/week Yes Severe
A13 70 White Working 6 h/week No Severe
C1 39 White Working 24 h/week Yes Severe
C2 59 White Working 37 h/week No Moderate
D1 63 White Retired Yes Severe
D2 74 White EU Retired Yes Severe
E1 66 White Retired No Mild
B1 65 White Retired Yes Mild
B2 36 White Working 14 h/week Yes Moderate
B3 53 Indian Working 40 h/week No Moderate
B4 50 White Unable to work due to illness/disability No Severe
  1. Note: all questions (except age) gave options for the response