|Summary of participant characteristics in round 1|
|Characteristic||n (%) (n=95)|
|Australian Capital Territory||1 (1)|
|New South Wales||23 (26)|
|Northern Territory||5 (6)|
|South Australia||6 (7)|
|Western Australia||24 (27)|
|Non-paediatrician medical practitioners||22 (23)|
|Other health professionalsΔ||29 (31)|
|Experience in FASD diagnosis‡|
|Experience in FASD screening, diagnosis or contributing* to diagnosis‡|
|Completed specific training on FASD diagnosis‡|
|Includes rural or remote practice||41 (44)|
|Does not include rural or remote practice||52 (56)|
†Valid n = 89.
‡Valid n = 93.
ΔOther health professionals includes nurses, allied health professionals, health workers and health researchers.
*Contribution to diagnosis includes the conduct of relevant assessments that inform diagnosis, but not determination of the final diagnosis.
Watkins et al.
Watkins et al. BMC Pediatrics 2013 13:13 doi:10.1186/1471-2431-13-13