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Table 1 Delphi panel participant demographic characteristics (n = 57), reported as n (%) unless otherwise stateda

From: Research priorities of the Canadian chiropractic profession: a consensus study using a modified Delphi technique

Characteristic  
Age (mean, SD) 47. 5, 11.0
Female (1 response missing) 14 (25%)
Canadian province where reside
 Ontario 23 (40%)
 Quebec 13 (23%)
 Alberta 4 (7%)
 British Columbia 4 (7%)
 Manitoba 4 (7%)
 Saskatchewan 3 (5%)
 Newfoundland and Labrador 2 (4%)
 Prince Edward Island 2 (4%)
 New Brunswick 1 (2%)
 Nova Scotia 1 (2%)
 Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Yukon 0
Highest academic degree (1 response missing)
 Bachelor 7 (13%)
 Doctor of Chiropractic 16 (29%)
Masters 7 (13%)
 PhD 23 (41%)
 PhD Candidate 3 (5%)
Holds a chiropractic degree 52 (91%)
Institution where received chiropractic degree
 Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College 36 (69%)
 Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières 4 (8%)
Palmer College of Chiropractic 3 (6%)
 Otherb 9 (17%)
Years since graduating from chiropractic college (mean, sd) 23.3, 9.8
Place of workc
 Clinical practice 27 (47%)
 Educational institution (teaching and/or research) 30 (53%)
 Administration (including CEO/Executive Director) 14 (25%)
 Other 8 (14%)
Organisation that participant representsc
 University 19 (34%)
 Chiropractic association 17 (30%)
 Chiropractic educational institution 16 (29%)
 Chiropractic speciality college 8 (14%)
 Regulatory board 7 (13%)
Funding body 3 (5%)
 Student association 3 (5%)
 Other 8 (15%)
  1. aDue to rounding, may not add to 100%
  2. bCleveland Chiropractic College; Institut Franco-Européen de Chiropraxie; Logan College of Chiropractic; National University of Health Sciences; Northwestern Chiropractic College; New York Chiropractic College; University of Western States
  3. cParticipants could choose more than one response