Data from: Identifying acne treatment uncertainties via a James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership

Layton AM, Eady EA, Peat M, Whitehouse H, Levell NJ, Ridd MJ, Cowdell F, Patel MG, Andrews S, Oxnard C, Fenton M, Firkins L

Date Published: June 13, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gf1k0

 

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Title Acne PSP harvesting survey patient version no identifiers 230315
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Description The raw unedited submissions to the Acne PSP harvesting survey for the collection of treatment uncertainties are contained in the following Excel files: Acne PSP harvesting survey patient version no identifiers 230315 Acne PSP harvesting survey professional version no identifiers 230315 All potential personal identifiers have been removed (age range, gender, ethnicity, first part of postcode) but could be made available on request for anyone who wishes to use them in their analyses and has the necessary ethical and, if required, NHS governance approvals. For each data set, null entries (i.e. those submissions which did not contain any entries in the columns to collect treatment uncertainties) have been removed. The submissions are listed in the order they were received. In the patient version, treatment uncertainties could be entered into any of columns D through to K. In the professional version, treatment uncertainties could be entered into any of columns B, D, F, H and J. At the close of the survey, submitted text was rephrased as required in order to separate out individual questions. Many submissions were not written as questions; where one or more questions could reasonably be inferred from the submitted text, they were extracted and included in totals. The total number of questions in the journal article refers to the number of questions in scope after rephrasing. An unlimited number of keywords (MesH descriptors wherever possible) were added to each separate question to enable collation by theme and/or by intervention type. Further information can be obtained from: Dr E Anne Eady, eaeady@gmail.com Tel: 01943 608823 OR Dr Alison Layton, alison.layton@hdft.nhs.uk Tel: 01423 553364 Fax: 01423 553401
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Layton AM, Eady EA, Peat M, Whitehouse H, Levell NJ, Ridd MJ, Cowdell F, Patel MG, Andrews S, Oxnard C, Fenton M, Firkins L (2015) Identifying acne treatment uncertainties via a James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership. BMJ Open 5: e008085. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008085

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Layton AM, Eady EA, Peat M, Whitehouse H, Levell NJ, Ridd MJ, Cowdell F, Patel MG, Andrews S, Oxnard C, Fenton M, Firkins L (2015) Data from: Identifying acne treatment uncertainties via a James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gf1k0
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