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Table 2 Characteristics of the included studies

From: Engaging children and families in pediatric Health Research: a scoping review

Study design Setting Engaged sample characteristics
Andonian, 2008, USA [14] Case study Mental health Parents
Bartlett et al., 2016, Canada and USA [15] Case Study Rehabilitation medicine Parent & child
Boote et al., 2016, UK [16] Randomized control trial Primary care Parent & child
Byas et al., 2003, Australia [17a] [17b] Naturalistic inquiry Mental health Parents
Curtin & Murtagh, 2007, Australia [18] Case study Occupational therapy (1) Motor impairment and (2) Acquired brain injury) Family & child
Dixon-Woods et al., 2011, UK [19] Mixed- methods Maternal and child health Parents
Edwards et al., 2011, UK [20] Randomized control trial Pediatric cerebral palsy Parents
Elberse et al., 2011, Netherlands [21] Case study Congenital heart disease Family & child
Luff et al., 2016, USA [22] Qualitative Pediatric chronic illness Parent & child
Malcolm et al., 2008, UK [23] Qualitative Children’s hospice care Family
Mongeau et al., 2007, Canada [24] Case study Pediatric palliative care Family & child
Osher et al., 2001, USA [25] Multi-methods Mental health Family
Saunders et al., 2016, USA [26] Comparative effectiveness research Adolescent cardiovascular health Parent & child
Tume et al., 2016, UK [27] Randomized control trial development Pediatric intensive care unit Parent & child
Uding et al., 2007, USA [28] Case study Pediatric chronic care Parents
van Staa et al., 2010, Netherlands [29] Case study Pediatric chronic illness Child
Wells et al., 2015, USA [30] Psychometric research Pediatric/youth special needs Parents & family