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Table 1 Healthcare professional demographic information

From: Evaluation of the content validity of patient-reported outcome (PRO) instruments developed for use with individuals with phakic presbyopia, including the Near Activity Visual Questionnaire-presbyopia (NAVQ-P) and the near vision correction independence (NVCI) instrument

Description Total (N = 7)
Age
 Average (range) 52.1 (41–69)
Gender, n (%)
 Male 6 (85.7)
 Female 1 (14.3)
Role, n (%)
 Ophthalmologist 5 (71.4)
 Optometrist 2 (28.6)
Years in current position, n (%)
 Less than 1 year 1 (14.3)
 1–5 years 1 (14.3)
 5–10 years 1 (14.3)
 Longer than 10 years 4 (57.1)
Time spent managing individuals with presbyopia, n (%)
 10 + years 7 (100)
Average number of individuals with presbyopia seen each month, n (%)
  > 31 individuals 5 (71.4)
 21–30 individuals 2 (28.6)
Would you typically diagnose individuals with presbyopia? n (%)
 Yes 7 (100)
 No 0
If yes which methods do you use? n (%)*
 Refraction 7 (100)
 Visual acuity 6 (85.7)
 Slit lamp 2 (28.6)
 Examination of retina 2 (28.6)
How often do you see individuals with presbyopia for routine appointments? n (%)
 Once per year 3 (42.9)
 Twice per year 2 (28.6)
 Monthly 2 (28.6)
Do you experience presbyopia yourself? n (%)  
 Yes 4 (57.1)
 No 2 (28.6)
 Missing data 1 (14.3)
  1. *Multiple answers possible