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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Using concept mapping to develop a human rights based indicator framework to assess country efforts to strengthen rehabilitation provision and policy: the Rehabilitation System Diagnosis and Dialogue framework (RESYST)

Participant characteristics Sorting and rating (N = 44)
Respondents n (%)
Stakeholder group
 Administrators and agency leaders 5 (12%)
 Disabled people’s representatives, advocates and disability inclusive development practitioners involved in rehabilitation 5 (11%)
 Rehabilitation professionals and/or academic researchers 34 (77%)
 did not respond 0 (0%)
Primary area of expertise
 Clinical Functional Rehabilitation 8 (18%)
 (physical, psychosocial or occupational)
 Community based rehabilitation 5 (12%)
 Assistive technologies 2 (5%)
 Rehabilitation services and policies 12 (27%)
 Professional training and education 1 (2%)
 Disability data and statistics 11 (25%)
 Disability law and policy 5 (11%)
 did not respond 0 (0%)
Years of professional experience
  < 5 years 2 (4%)
 5–14 years 13 (30%)
  > 15 years 29 (66%)
 did not respond 0 (0%)
Knowledge of the CRPD
 Have never heard of it 0 (0%)
 Fair 7 (16%)
 Good 13 (29%)
 Excellent 24 (55%)
 did not respond 0 (0%)
Location
 Africa 4 (9%)
 America 8 (18%)
 South-East Asia 7 (16%)
 Europe 18 (41%)
 Eastern Mediterranean 1 (2%)
 Western Pacific 6 (14%)
 did not respond 0 (0%)