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Table 7 Education and advice

From: Using a modified nominal group technique to develop complex interventions for a randomised controlled trial in children with symptomatic pes planus

Content Eastbourne Salford Sum
Normal and abnormal morphological variation in a population 6 9 15
Normal arch development in children 6 9 15
Suitable footwear 6 9 15
Structures around the symptomatic area (including muscles & bones) 6 9 15
How to maintain participation/activity etc 6 9 15
Public health messages (e.g. healthy weight, exercise, heart health, wellbeing) 6 9 15
The long term effects—changes expected with age 6 8 14
Muscle and bone growth 5 9 14
Relationship between gastroc tightness and painful pes planus 5 9 14
Demographic/global differences 4 9 13
Symptoms related to balance/trips and falls   8 8
Sex differences   7 7
  1. Symptoms related to balance/trips and falls, and sex differences were added at the Salford meeting so could not be voted upon at the Eastbourne meeting. Numbers reflect the number of participants voting that each option was suitable to be added to the menu of acceptable options