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Table 3 Informant interviewed, trial setting and intervention type

From: A little more conversation please? Qualitative study of researchers’ and patients’ interview accounts of training for patient and public involvement in clinical trials

Trial Chief investigator (CI) or senior team member interviewed? Patient and public involvement (PI) interviewed? Trial manager interviewed? Setting* Intervention
1 Y Y N Community Education and exercise
2 Y Y N Tertiary Device
3 Y Y Y Secondary Education
4 Y N N Tertiary Drug
5 Y N Y Secondary Surgical
6 Y Y N Secondary Exercise
7 Y Y N Primary Community care
8 Y Y (2 PPI contributors) Y Tertiary Drug
9 Y Y Y Secondary Device
10 Y N N Social care Exercise
11 Y Y (2 PPI contributors) Y Secondary Surgical
12 Y N N Secondary Device
13 Y N Y Secondary Drug
14 Y N N Secondary Surgical
15 Y Y Y Primary Exercise
16 Y N N Primary Exercise
17 Y N N Secondary Surgical
18 Y N Y Primary and secondary Exercise and community care
19 Y N N Primary Other
20 Y N N Emergency Community care
21 Y N Y Secondary Device
22 N Y N Secondary Surgical
23 N Y N Secondary Device
24 N Y N Tertiary Drug
25 N Y N Emergency Surgical
26 N Y N Secondary, Tertiary Surgical
27 N Y Y Emergency Drug
28 N Y N Secondary Device
  1. *A primary setting is the first point of consultation for a patient within the healthcare system, for example a general practitioner. A secondary setting involves healthcare provided by medical specialists who cannot be directly accessed by a patient, for example within a hospital outpatient clinic. A tertiary setting is specialist consultative healthcare, on referral from primary or secondary care and that has personnel and facilities for advanced investigation and treatment, for example a specialist cardiac unit.