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Table 3 Results from the post-assessment questionnaire about experiences during the intervention. Part 1 Statements reflecting degree of agreement to the statement scored from 1 to 5, 1 = strongly disagree, 5 = strongly agree, values are presented as median (Q1–3); Part 2 Present number of participants experiencing positive and/or negative subjective effects multiple answer possible, values are presented as n (%)

From: Older adults’ preferences for, adherence to and experiences of two self-management falls prevention home exercise programmes: a comparison between a digital programme and a paper booklet

 Digital programn= 27Paper bookletn= 27p-value
Part 1
Feeling content with the programme5 (4–5)4 (3–5).026
Programme was a support5 (4–5)4 (4–5)‡.044
Programme was difficult to use1 (1–3)1 (1–3).606
Programme contains challenging exercises4 (3–4)3.5 (3–5)†.804
Difficult to choose exercises at right level1 (1–4)3 (2–4)†.050
Worry about safety while practising1 (1–2)†1 (1–2).696
Practice the same time of the day3 (2–4)2.5 (2–3)†.798
Difficult to find a place to do programme1 (1–2)1 (1–3)†.169
Prefer to work out hard3 (2–4)3 (3–4)†.648
Improved balance4 (3–5)4 (3–4)†.109
Increased leg-strength4 (3–5)3 (3–4)†.032
Part 2
Positive effects
 More energy/stamina13 (48)7 (26).091
 Improved mood3 (11)7 (26).161
 Improved well-being19 (70)13 (48).097
 Other3 (11)3 (11).284
 No, no positive effects07 (26).010F
Negative effects
 Pain2 (7)5 (19).224
 Dizziness03 (11).075
 Stress1 (4)2 (7).552
 Tiredness / Fatigue1 (4)1 (4)1.0
 Other1 (4)2 (7).417
 No, no negative effects22 (82)16 (59).074
  1. † 1 person missing
  2. ‡ 2 persons missing
  3. F P-value for Fisher’s exact test