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Table 4 Characteristics of case studies and number of project team members interviewed

From: Patient and public involvement of young people with a chronic condition: lessons learned and practical tips from a large participatory program

Case Goal Young people addressed Typea Number of project team members interviewed
1 Help students to study and provide them with the opportunity to have a normal student life Young people with a severe physical impairment (age 18–25) Innovation 2
2 Develop a tool that enables the active involvement of young people in their care Young people with a chronic condition in general (age 4–18) Research 2
3 Provide practical tips on how to participate in society, despite the – sometimes unanticipated - consequences of a chronic condition Young people with a chronic condition in general (age 12–25) Research 4
4 Improve the transition of young people with a disability from school to work Young people following Intermediate Vocational Education (age 16–20) Research 2
5 Inform students with a functional disability about studying with a disability (Future) students with a physical impairment (age 15–25) Innovation 5
  1. a Research projects are scientific projects aimed at increasing knowledge. Innovation projects are practice-oriented projects aimed at developing, for example, tools and interventions
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