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Table 3 Demographics of the participants

From: Development of type 2 diabetes mellitus quality indicators in general practice by a modified Delphi method in Beijing, China

Demographics Round 1 Round 2 Consensus meeting
Gender
 Male 9 (30.0%) 9 (33.3%) 2 (22.2%)
 Female 21 (70.0%) 18 (66.7%) 7 (77.8%)
Age
 30 ~ 39 9 (30.0%) 8 (29.6%) 1 (11.1%)
 40 ~ 49 15 (50.0%) 14 (51.9%) 6 (66.7%)
 50~ 6 (20.0%) 5 (18.5%) 2 (22.2%)
Professional field
 GP 16 (53.4%) 15 (55.6%) 5 (55.6%)
 Leader of CHSI 10 (33.3%) 8 (29.6%) 3 (33.3%)
 Endocrinologist 3 (10.0%) 3 (11.1%) 1 (11.1%)
 Primary care researcher 1 (3.3%) 1 (3.7%) 0
Work year
 5 ~ 10 7 (23.3%) 6 (22.2%) 1 (11.1%)
 11 ~ 20 17 (56.7%) 16 (59.3%) 7 (77.8%)
 21 ~ 30 6 (20.0%) 5 (18.5%) 1 (11.1%)
Highest degree
 PhD 2 (6.6%) 2 (7.4%) 0
 Master 14 (46.7%) 13 (48.2%) 5 (55.6%)
 Bachelor 14 (46.7%) 12 (44.4%) 4 (44.4%)
Professional titlea
 Senior grade title 10 (33.3%) 8 (29.6%) 5 (55.6%)
 Associate senior grade title 12 (40.0%) 12 (44.4%) 3 (33.3%)
 Middle grade title 8 (26.7%) 7 (26.0%) 1 (11.1%)
  1. Abbreviation: GP General practitioner; CHSI Community health service institution
  2. Note: a professional titles include junior grade, middle grade, associate senior grade and senior grade titles, which are based upon work experience and research achievement of health professionals