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Table 4 Selected acceptability data from patients and family caregivers at each sitea

From: Partnering with families to promote nutrition in cancer care: feasibility and acceptability of the PIcNIC intervention

  Response AUS patients (N = 14) AUS family (N = 3) HK patients (N = 9) HK family (N = 19)
   N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%)
The nutrition counselling & booklet provided new information Yes 12 (86) 0 (0) 8 (89) 16 (84)
I was comfortable participating in the study Comfortable/very comfortable 5 (36) 0 (0) 7 (78) 17 (90)
The booklet was easy to understand Fairly easy/very easy 11 (85) 0 (0) 6 (67) 17 (90)
The food intake chart was easy to use Fairly easy/very easy 11 (79) 2 (67) 5 (56) 10 (53)
I was satisfied with the nutrition care received Satisfied/very satisfied 11 (79) 0 (0) 8 (89) 17 (90)
Impact of intervention on you/family: Positive impact 8 (62) 0 (0) 6 (67) 12 (63)
  No impact 5 (39) 0 (0) 3 (33) 7 (37)
I would participate in a similar study in the future Likely/very likely 10 (71) 3 (100) 7 (78) 10 (53)
  1. aAll acceptability items show similar trends and are available by the authors upon request