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Table 1 GRIPP2 long form

From: GRIPP2 reporting checklists: tools to improve reporting of patient and public involvement in research

Section and topic Item Reported on page No
Section 1: Abstract of paper
 1a: Aim Report the aim of the study  
 1b: Methods Describe the methods used by which patients and the public were involved  
 1c: Results Report the impacts and outcomes of PPI in the study  
 1d:Conclusions Summarise the main conclusions of the study  
 1e: Keywords Include PPI, “patient and public involvement,” or alternative terms as keywords  
Section 2: Background to paper
 2a: Definition Report the definition of PPI used in the study and how it links to comparable studies  
 2b: Theoretical underpinnings Report the theoretical rationale and any theoretical influences relating to PPI in the study  
 2c: Concepts and theory development Report any conceptual or theoretical models, or influences, used in the study  
Section 3: Aims of paper
 3: Aim Report the aim of the study  
Section 4: Methods of paper
 4a: Design Provide a clear description of methods by which patients and the public were involved  
 4b: People involved Provide a description of patients, carers, and the public involved with the PPI activity in the study  
 4c: Stages of involvement Report on how PPI is used at different stages of the study  
 4d: Level or nature of involvement Report the level or nature of PPI used at various stages of the study  
Section 5: Capture or measurement of PPI impact
 5a: Qualitative evidence of impact If applicable, report the methods used to qualitatively explore the impact of PPI in the study  
 5b: Quantitative evidence of impact If applicable, report the methods used to quantitatively measure or assess the impact of PPI  
 5c: Robustness of measure If applicable, report the rigour of the method used to capture or measure the impact of PPI  
Section 6: Economic assessment
 6: Economic assessment If applicable, report the method used for an economic assessment of PPI  
Section 7: Study results
 7a: Outcomes of PPI Report the results of PPI in the study, including both positive and negative outcomes  
 7b: Impacts of PPI Report the positive and negative impacts that PPI has had on the research, the individuals involved (including patients and researchers), and wider impacts  
 7c: Context of PPI Report the influence of any contextual factors that enabled or hindered the process or impact of PPI  
 7d: Process of PPI Report the influence of any process factors, that enabled or hindered the impact of PPI  
 7ei: Theory development Report any conceptual or theoretical development in PPI that have emerged  
 7eii: Theory development Report evaluation of theoretical models, if any  
 7f: Measurement If applicable, report all aspects of instrument development and testing (eg, validity, reliability, feasibility, acceptability, responsiveness, interpretability, appropriateness, precision)  
 7 g: Economic assessment Report any information on the costs or benefit of PPI  
Section 8: Discussion and conclusions
 8a: Outcomes Comment on how PPI influenced the study overall. Describe positive and negative effects  
 8b: Impacts Comment on the different impacts of PPI identified in this study and how they contribute to new knowledge  
 8c: Definition Comment on the definition of PPI used (reported in the Background section) and whether or not you would suggest any changes  
 8d: Theoretical underpinnings Comment on any way your study adds to the theoretical development of PPI  
 8e: Context Comment on how context factors influenced PPI in the study  
 8f: Process Comment on how process factors influenced PPI in the study  
 8 g: Measurement and capture of PPI impact If applicable, comment on how well PPI impact was evaluated or measured in the study  
 8 h: Economic assessment If applicable, discuss any aspects of the economic cost or benefit of PPI, particularly any suggestions for future economic modelling.  
 8i: Reflections/critical perspective Comment critically on the study, reflecting on the things that went well and those that did not, so that others can learn from this study  
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