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Table 1 Additional demographic and health information of participants (N = 23)

From: Measuring the impact of chronic low back pain on everyday functioning: content validity of the Roland Morris disability questionnaire

   N %
Race White/Caucasian 16 69.6
Black/African America 5 21.7
American Indian/Alaska Native 1 4.3
Other (stated as minority) 1 4.3
Ethnicity Hispanic/Latino 3 13.0
Non-Hispanic/Latino 20 87.0
Education Did not complete high school 4 17.4
High school diploma (or GED) 5 21.7
Some college or certificate program 8 34.8
College or university degree (2- or 4-year) 4 17.4
Graduate degree 1 4.3
Other 1 4.3
Employment Employed full-time (= 40 h per week) 13 56.5
Employed part-time (<  40 h per week) 1 4.3
Homemaker 0 N/A
Student 0 N/A
Retired 7 30.4
Unemployed 0 N/A
Other (both participants self-employed)* 2 8.7
If retired, is this due to CLBP? (n = 7) Yes 5 71.4
No 2 28.6
  1. *Being ‘self-employed’ was not differentiated in the demographic form as a separate option to ‘employed’ however, two participants indicated this within the ‘other’ category