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Table 4 HCPs opinion on the clinical utility of the QbTest (N = 10)

From: Study of user experience of an objective test (QbTest) to aid ADHD assessment and medication management: a multi-methods approach

  Strongly agree/agree (%) Neither agree/disagree (%) Strongly disagree/disagree (%)
Helps me understand patient symptoms 10/10 (100) 0/10 (0) 0/10 (0)
Improves patient communication 10/10 (100) 0/10 (0) 0/10 (0)
Makes it easier to explain why they do or do not have ADHD 10/10 (100) 0/10 (0) 0/10 (0)
Is not a good use of patient time 0/10 (0) 0/10 (0) 100/10 (10)
Easily incorporated into assessment clinics 10/10 (100) 0/10 (0) 0/10 (0)
Should be used routinely as part of assessment 7/10 (70) 3/10 (30) 0/10 (0)
Should be reserved for cases of diagnostic uncertainty 3/10 (30) 1/10 (10) 6/10 (60)
Best administered by HCA (or equivalent) 6/10 (60) 3/10 (30) 1/10 (10)
Best administered prior to clinicians first contact with the child 6/10 (60) 2/10 (20) 2/10 (20)
Helpful to evaluate treatment effects 10/10 (100) 0/10 (0) 0/10 (0)
  1. Note. HCA = Healthcare Assistant. Percentage provided in parentheses