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Table 2 Participant characteristics

From: Considerations of Australian community pharmacists in the provision and implementation of cognitive pharmacy services: a qualitative study

Participant Pharmacist position Age range Community pharmacy type IRSD/MMM/PhAria for main community sector job postcode
1 Owner/Hospital staff/Consultant 45–49 Franchise/banner 4/5/4
2 Owner 40–44 Independent 1/5/4
3 Owner/Consultant/Hospital consultant 35–39 Franchise/banner, independent 3/3/1
4 Owner/Academic 40–44 Franchise/banner 4/6/5
5 Staff 30–34 Franchise/banner No IRSD data (bounded by 3–4)/1/1
6 Owner/Owner/NGO convener 35–39 Independent, independent 1/1/1
7 Owner 60–64 Independent 1/7/6
8 Casual staff 35–39 Franchise/banner, franchise/banner, independent 2/1/1
9 Staff 25–29 Franchise/banner 5/1/1
10 Locum 60–64 Franchise/banner 5/1/1
11 Staff 25–29 Franchise/banner 3/1/1
12 Locum 35–39 Independent No IRSD data (next to area with 5)/1/1
13 Locum 30–34 Independent 5/1/1
14 Owner 30–34 Franchise/banner 1/5/3
15 Hospital Staff (former locum) U-25 N/A Not given
16 Owner 55–59 Independent 2/5/3
17 Manager/Translator 30–34 Independent 3/4/3
18 Staff 45–49 Franchise/banner No IRSD data/1/1
19 Manager 25–29 Friendly society 2/5/3
20 Owner 35–39 Franchise/banner 3/1/1
22 Staff/Hospital staff/Casual staff U-25 Franchise/banner, Independent, franchise/banner 4/1/1
23 Professional association/staff 30–34 Independent ?/1/1
24 Consultant/Manager 30–34 Franchise/banner 1/1/1
  1. IRSD Index of Relative Socioeconomic Index, where 1: Most Disadvantaged, and 5: Least disadvantaged [5]
  2. PhAria Pharmacy Access/Remoteness Index of Australia [7]
  3. MMM Modified Monash Model, where 1: Metropolitan areas, 2: Regional centres, 3: Large rural towns, 4: Medium rural towns, 5: Small rural towns, 7: Very remote communities [8]