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Centres. All participants were seen in orthopaedic outpatient settings, at XXXX. Intervention (clinical assessments) After the research assistant gained consent, all participants were independently examined the physiotherapist and the orthopaedic surgeon in variable order according to assessor availability. Patients were allocated 30 minutes with each assessor with the same information; the orthopaedic referral, the electronic hospital record, shoulder X−ray report, other results such as diagnostic imaging films andƒor reports (MRI, CT, ultrasound scans) or pathology results that participants brought to the consultation. Each assessor performed a clinical assessment (history and physical examination) and completed a standardised assessment form for each participant, which was returned to the research assistant upon completion. Blinding Participants were blind to the profession of their assessors (i.e. they did not know which clinician was the physiotherapist and which was the surgeon), and were unaware of the clinical decisions of the assessors until all assessments had been completed. Assessors consulted with participants independently, in separate rooms ;ミS ┘W�W HノキミS デラ W;Iエ ラデエW�げゲ aキミSキミェゲく Outcome measures Participant characteristics collected by the research assistant prior to assessment included demographics, symptom duration, the Shoulder Pain and Disability Index (SPADI) which is a reliable and valid self−rating tool for people with shoulder pain (Angst et al. 2011; Xxxxx et al. 1991); the worst shoulder pain severity over the past three days via a 100 mm visual analogue scale (VAS; 0 = no pain, 100 = worst pain imaginable); and the European Quality of Life five dimensions, five levels (EQ−5D−5L), converted to Australian values (Norman, Cronin, and Xxxxx 2013). Assessors recorded their findings and clinical decisions on the paper assessment form. The research assistant was responsible for entry of data into the electronic database and coding of free text into categories for analysis. Primary outcomes investigated management and subacromial corticosteroid injection decisions made by each assessor. Management was recorded in two ways: dichotomous resヮラミゲW ふ┞Wゲ っ ミラぶ デラ デエW ケ┌Wゲデキラミ さキゲ キデ ;ヮヮ�ラヮ�キ;デW デラ エ;┗W キミキデキ;ノ non−ゲ┌�ェキI;ノ I;�Wいざが ;ミS H┞ a�WW デW┝デ さヮ�ラヮラゲWS マ;ミ;ェWマWミデ ヮノ;ミざ �WゲヮラミゲWゲく Subacromial corticosteroid injection decisions were investigated with dichotomous (yes ƒ no) assessor responses to three questions focusing on different considerations w...

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