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Table 1 GRIPP (Guidance for Reporting Involvement of Patients and the Public) 2 Short Form Reporting checklist for study conduct

From: Engaging knowledge users in development of the CONSORT-Equity 2017 reporting guideline: a qualitative study using in-depth interviews

Section and Topic Item Reported on page No.
 1. Aim Report the aim of PPIa in the study Aim described in Abstracts (see lay and technical), and Background section (para. 4 and 5)
 2. Methods Provide a clear description of the methods used for PPI in the study Methods section see “Design” and “Setting and participants” section (para. 2,3 in methods)
 3. Study results Outcomes – report the results of PPI in the study, including both positive and negative outcomes See “Results” section, “Limitations and Strengths” paragraphs that discuss PPI
 4. Discussion and conclusions Outcomes – Comment on the extent to which PPI influenced the study overall. Describe positive and negative effects See “Discussion” (para. 2,4) and “Limitations and Strengths” section
 5. Reflections/critical perspective Comment critically on the study, reflecting on the things that went well, and those that did not so others can learn from this experience See “Limitations and Strengths” section
  1. aPatient and public involvement