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Table 2 KAPA participants’ socio-demographic and baseline PA information

From: A randomised feasibility study assessing an intervention to keep adults physically active after falls management exercise programmes end

 Intervention armUsual care arm
n = 16n = 29
Age
 Mean, (SD)76.9 (7.0)73.8 (6.4)
Gender n (%)
 Female13 (81.3)20 (69.0)
 Male3 (18.7)9 (31.0)
Ethnicity n (%)
 White British15 (93.8)29 (100)
 Asian Indian1 (6.3)0 (0.0)
Co-morbidities n (%)
 0 (None)1 (6.3)5 (17.2)
 12 (12.5)7 (24.1)
 26 (37.5)7 (24.1)
 32 (12.5)5 (17.2)
 42 (12.5)3 (10.4)
 51 (6.3)2 (6.9)
 6 or more2 (12.5)0 (0.0)
IMD n (%)(n = 12)(n = 22)
 Quintile 1—most deprived0 (0.0)3 (13.6)
 Quintile 22 (16.7)7 (31.8)
 Quintile 32 (16.7)1 (4.6)
 Quintile 41 (8.3)2 (9.1)
 Quintile 5—least deprived7 (58.3)9 (40.9)
Education n (%)
 Secondary school (age 15/16)10 (62.5)20 (69.0)
 Secondary school (age 17/18)2 (12.5)0 (0.0)
 College1 (6.3)6 (20.7)
 University3 (18.8)3 (10.3)
FRAT score n (%) (n = 28)
 05 (31.3)9 (32.1)
 15 (31.3)7 (25.0)
 21 (6.3)6 (21.4)
 35 (31.3)6 (21.4)
Physical activity
Total minutes of MVPA—median, (IQR)160.0 (57.5 to 532.5)46.0 (0.0 to 267.0)
Total MVPA minutes:
 0–149 minutes MVPA n, (%)7 (43.8)17 (58.6)
 ≥ 150 minutes MVPA n, (%)9 (56.3)12 (41.4)
  1. Missing baseline data 5 participants, n = 4 intervention arm, n = 1 usual care arm
  2. IMD index of multiple deprivation, FRAT Falls Risk Assessment Tool