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Table 2 Demographic characteristics of 20 participants

From: Women’s adoption of a web-based intervention for stress urinary incontinence: a qualitative study

Variables Range n (%)
Age in years < 30 1 (5%)
31–40 3 (15%)
41–50 5 (25%)
51–60 7 (35%)
61–70 2 (10%)
> 70 2 (10%)
Education level a Low 3 (15%)
Intermediate 5 (25%)
High 12 (60%)
Symptom severity b Slight 1 (5%)
Moderate 14 (70%)
Severe 5 (25%)
Very severe 0 (0%)
Level of adherence c Step 1–5 10 (50%)
Step 6–8 10 (50%)
Previous consultation or therapy None 9
General practitioner 3
Pelvic floor physiotherapist 8
  1. a Education level divided into: low = primary school until upper secondary; intermediate = post-secondary non-tertiary until Bachelor’s; high = Master’s until doctoral
  2. b Total sum score on the International Consultation on Incontinence Questionnaire Short Form (ICIQ-UI SF) [30]
  3. c Adherence to the web-based intervention based on the highest step reached, with a maximum of eight steps