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Table 5 Families’ opinion on the clinical utility of the QbTest. (N = reported per question)

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 (%)
Helped us to understand the symptoms (n = 73) 35/73 (48) 22/73 (30) 16/73 (22)
The results were difficult to understand (n = 72) 17/72 (24) 29/72 (40) 26/72 (36)
Fully understood the purpose of the test (n = 74) 56/74 (76) 12/74 (16) 6/74 (8)
Found the test stressful (n = 74) 17/74 (23) 24/74 (32) 33/74 (45)
The QbTest was useful (n = 72) 41/72 (57) 18/72 (25) 13/72 (18)
Helped to understand how the diagnosis was made (n = 68) 31/68 (46) 23/68 (34) 14/68 (20)
Helped us to understand the decisions on medication (n = 52) 20/52 (39) 24/52 (46) 8/52 (15)
  1. Note. Percentage provided in parentheses