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Table 2 Interviewee characteristics

From: Perceptions of first-degree relatives of patients with rheumatoid arthritis about lifestyle modifications and pharmacological interventions to reduce the risk of rheumatoid arthritis development: a qualitative interview study

Participant number Gender Age Ethnicity Interview Country First degree relative with RA Experience of (blood) testinga Reported musculoskeletal problemsa
1 Female 18–40 White UK Parent None None
2 Female 41–60 White UK Parent None Yes (Historic)
3 Male 61–80 White UK Sibling None None
4 Male 18–40 White UK Parent None None
5 Female 18–40 White UK Parent None None
6 Male 18–40 White UK Parent Yes None
7 Female 18–40 White UK Parent None Yes
8 Female 18–40 White UK Parent Yes Yes
9 Female 41–60 White UK Sibling None Yes
10 Female 18–40 White UK Parent None Yes
11 Female 41–60 White UK Sibling/Parent None Yes
12 Female 41–60 White UK Sibling None Yes
13 Female 41–60 White UK Sibling/Parent Yes Yes
14 Female 41–60 White UK Parent Yes Yes
15 Female 18–40 White UK Parent None None
16 Female 18–40 White UK Parent None None
17 Female 41–60 Asian UK Parent None None
18 Female 18–40 White UK Parent None None
19 Male 41–60 Asian UK Parent None None
20 Female 18–40 White UK Parent None None
21 Female 41–60 White UK Parent None Yes (Historic)
22 Female 18–40 White UK Sibling None None
23 Female 41–60 White UK Parent None None
24 Male 41–60 White UK Parent None None
25 Female 18–40 White Germany Parent None None
26 Female 18–40 White Germany Parent None None
27 Female 41–60 White Germany Parent None None
28 Female 18–40 White Austria Parent None None
29 Male 18–40 White Austria Parent None None
30 Female 61–80 White Austria Sibling None None
31 Female 18–40 White Austria Sibling Yes None
32 Male 18–40 White Austria Parent None None
33 Male 18–40 White Austria Parent None None
34 Female 18–40 White Austria Parent None None
  1. aData on testing and musculoskeletal problems are based on self-reports of the interviewees as interviewers had no access to health records of the interviewees