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  • 28.

    Were appropriate statistical tests conducted on the F/B data?

    • Not applicable, quantitative research methods not used in F/B study.

    • Yes (Explain)

    • Minor deficiencies only (Explain)

    • Inappropriate statistical tests, which might modify the conclusions (Explain)

    • Inappropriate statistical tests, which could substantially affect conclusions (Explain)

    • No statistical tests conducted (and not needed). (Explain)

    • Unclear/unknown from information provided (Explain)

    • Reviewer not qualified to answer

  • 29.

    Are you confident that there are no additional potential sources of bias in the quantitative study of F/Bs not yet captured in the previous questions?

    • Not applicable, quantitative research methods not used in F/B study

    • Yes, no additional potential sources of bias are likely

    • No, there are additional potential source(s) of bias of some concern (Explain)

    • No, there are additional potential source(s) of bias of major concern (Explain)

  • 30.

    What is your overall appraisal of the quality of evidence about facilitators and barriers provided by the quantitative study?

    • Not applicable, quantitative research methods not used in F/B study.

    • High (no or minor limitations)

    • Moderate (moderate limitations)

    • Low (major limitations)

    • Very low (serious limitations)

  • 31.

    Should this publication go on to data extraction (Level 5)?

    • Yes

    • No

  • 32.

    Is supplementary information required?

    • Yes

    • No

  • 33.

    Is this the final version of the Level 4 assessment?

    • Yes

    • No

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