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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: The factors influencing clinician use of hypertension guidelines in different resource settings: a qualitative study investigating clinicians’ perspectives and experiences

Characteristic Number (%)
Sex
 Female 5 (29.4)
 Male 12 (70.6)
Countries ( n =14)
 Azerbaijan 1 (5.9)
 China 1 (5.9)
 Hungary 2 (11.8)
 India 2 (11.8)
 Jamaica 1 (5.9)
 Kyrgyz Republic 1 (5.9)
 Nepal 2 (11.8)
 Nigeria 1 (5.9)
 South Africa 1 (5.9)
 Sudan 1 (5.9)
 Uganda 1 (5.9)
 United Arab Emirates 1 (5.9)
 United Kingdom 1 (5.9)
 United States 1 (5.9)
National income level of country
 Low 2 (14.3%)
 Lower middle 4 (28.6%)
 Upper middle 5 (28.6%)
 High 6 (28.6%)
Years of healthcare experience
 <10 7 (41.2)
 10-19 3 (17.6)
 20-29 1 (5.9)
 30-39 4 (23.5)
 Not recorded 2 (11.8)
Clinical specialism
 Cardiologist 6 (35.3)
 Clinical physiologist 1 (5.9)
 General practitioner (GP) 5 (29.4)
 General practitioner trainee 2 (11.8)
 Internal medicine trainee 2 (11.8)
 Nephrologist 1 (5.9)
Healthcare setting
 Hospital 12 (70.6)
  Rural 2 (11.8)
  Medium-sized town 2 (11.8)
  Urban 4 (23.5)
  Capital city 4 (23.5)
 General practice 5 (29.4)
  Rural 1 (5.9)
  Urban 1 (5.9)
  Capital city 3 (17.6)