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Table 1 Interviewee Characteristics

From: “What counts can’t always be measured”: a qualitative exploration of general practitioners’ conceptualisation of quality for community pharmacy services

ID Country Gender (Male (M)/ Female (F)) Number of years working as a GP Status Number sessions/week Practice Size No. GPs (~WTEs)
1 Scotland M 20–29 Other 2 11,500 7
2 Scotland M 20–29 Partner 6 8000 7
3 Scotland M 20–29 Senior partner 6 11,500 6
4 Scotland M 10–19 Salaried 6–7 9500 3 (2.25)
5 Scotland F 30+ Other - OOH n/a n/a n/a
6 Scotland F 10–19 Partner 6 3500 2
7 Scotland F 30+ ? 8 + 1 < 2200 1.2
8 Scotland F 0–10 Partner 6 10,000 9 (6.5)
9 England F ? Partner (retired) n/a n/a n/a
10 England F 30+ Partner/Academic   14,700 6 9all p/t + 1 registrar)
11 England M 0–10 Salaried GP/locum/OOH 6 14,500 13 (not all f/t)
12 England M ? Salaried GP/Academic 102 12,000 3 (should have 6) plus locums
13 England F 10–19 Partner +OOH 7 12,000 7
14 England M ? Principal/Academic 2 11,500 6+
15 England F ? Partner   30,000 10
16 England F 20–29 Partner   6500 4 + 2 assistants
17 England F 30–39 ?   8000 10 (some p/t)
18 England M 20–29 Locum/OOH n/a n/a n/a
19 England F 20–29 Partner   3050 3
20 England F 0–9 Locum/Urgent care    
  1. GP General Practitioner Other: category added to protect anonymity of interviewee, OOH Out-of-hours, p/t part-time, f/t full-time, n/a Not applicable, ? Missing data