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Table 1 Criteria for classifying questionnaire statements

From: Development of guidelines for giving community presentations about eating disorders: a Delphi study

  Inclusion in guidelines   Helpful/harmful
Endorsed At least 80% of both professionals AND people with lived experience rate the item “essential” or “important” AND At least 80% of both professionals AND people with lived experience rate the item as “very helpful” or “somewhat helpful” (or in the case of items we wished to highlight as harmful in the guidelines, “very harmful” or “unhelpful”.)
Re-rate 70–79% of both professionals AND people with lived experience rate the item “essential” or “important”; OR >80% of either professionals OR people with lived experience rate the item “essential” or “important” AND 70–79% of both professionals AND people with lived experience rate the item “very helpful” or “somewhat helpful” (or in the case of items we wished to highlight as harmful in the guidelines, “very harmful” or “somewhat harmful”); OR >80% of either professionals OR people with lived experience rate the item “very helpful” or “somewhat helpful” (or in the case of items we wished to highlight as harmful in the guidelines, “very harmful” or “somewhat harmful”).
Not endorsed <70% of both professionals AND people with lived experience rate the item “essential” or “important” AND/OR <70% of both professionals AND people with lived experience rate the item “very helpful” or “somewhat helpful” (or in the case of items we wished to highlight as harmful in the guidelines, “very harmful” or “somewhat harmful”).