# Table 6 Participants’ session feedback: quantitative results

N of participantsa Session 1
n = 6
Session 2
n = 6
Session 3
n = 6
Session 4
n = 5
Session 5
n = 6
Session 6
n = 7
Overall, how satisfied are you with the session?b 4.3 (83%) 4.3 (100%) 4.5 (83%) 4.2 (80%) 4.2 (100%) 4.1 (86%)
How satisfied are you with the session’s:
Contentb 4.2 (100%) 4.5 (100%) 4.5 (100%) 4.2 (80%) 4.2 (100%) 4.1 (86%)
Deliveryb 4.7 (100%) 4.7 (100%) 4.7 (100%) 4.8 (100%) 4.8 (100%) 4.6 (100%)
Relevanceb 4.3 (100%) 4.5 (100%) 4.5 (100%) 4.4 (100%) 4.5 (100%) 4.3 (86%)
Do you feel that you were able to take active part in the session?b 5.0 (100%) 4.7 (100%) 4.7 (100%) 4.2 (80%) 4.3 (83%) 4.6 (86%)
How useful was the session in helping you to improve your health & wellbeing? 3.5 (50% useful) 4.2 (100% useful) 4.3 (100% useful) 4.0 (75% useful) 3.7 (50% useful) 4.0 (71% useful)
Will you make any changes as a result of attending the session/programme? 100% yes 100% yes 83% yes 80% yes 50% yes 86% yes
1. aIn total the group comprised seven participants, but three participants missed one session each and not all attending participants completed feedback forms (which were optional) after each session, resulting in missing data
2. bMean score on 1–5 scale, where score 4 indicated ‘satisfied’ and 5 ‘very satisfied’ (% respondents scoring 4 or 5)