Table 160Quality of reporting in qualitative studies included in the clinical evidence review

StudyPopulationMethodsAnalysisRelevance to guideline populationQuality*
Sawyer257Well reportedPoorly reportedPoorly reportedModerate relevance: Spina Bifida patients in Australia.Moderate
Osterlund261Well reportedWell reportedWell reportedModerate relevance: Spina bifida and SCI patients in USA.High
Davies 262Well reportedWell reportedWell reportedModerate relevance: Complex neurological conditions with intellectual impairment in CanadaHigh
Fiorentino263Well reportedPoorly reportedPoorly reportedLimited relevance: Study was from the UK, but the population was defined as “physical disability” and will have contained a limited number of people within the guideline population.Low
Reiss264Well reportedWell reportedWell reportedLimited relevance: USA study, and the population was defined as “chronic disability”. This will have contained a limited number of people within the guideline population.Moderate
Stewart265Well reportedWell reportedWell reportedModerate relevance: CP, Spina Bifida, SCI, Head injury, and some non neurological cases from Canada.High
Young266Well reportedWell reportedWell reportedModerate relevance: CP, Spina Bifida and acquired brain injuries from Canada.High
*

Quality score based on the rating for population, methods and analysis

From: 16, Access to and interaction with services

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