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Table 1 Summary of sources, associated methods and sample sizes

From: Personalisation schemes in social care: are they growing social and health inequalities?

  Source Methods and sample size
1 Mavromaras et al. [50] Surveys with participants and their families (n = 6246)
Surveys with service providers (n = 2672)
Qualitative interviews with participants and their families (n = 123)
Qualitative interviews with service providers (n = 50)
Qualitative interviews with other stakeholders (n = 114)
2 Warr et al. [73, 74] Qualitative interviews with service users (n = 42)
3 Carey et al. [8] Review and analysis of government documents relating to NDIS design (n = 25)
4 ACT Hearing of the Joint Standing Committee for the NDIS: Market Readiness [30] Official transcript of proceedings (primary data)
5 Laragy et al. [37] In-depth interviews with scheme implementers in Western Australia (n = 11)
6 Green et al. [24] Semi-structured interviews with NDIS service providers (n = 29)
7 National Disability Insurance Scheme Costs: Issues paper [64] Review of NDIA annual and quarterly reports (sample size not provided)
8 Ombudsman’s report [44] Official review of complaints about the NDIA (approx. n = 1200), stakeholder feedback and briefings provided by the NDIA
9 Meltzer et al. [54] Two forums with providers and community members linked to service provision (n = 19 and n = 64 respectively)
Telephone interviews with early childhood intervention providers and related providers (no sample size provided)
10 Cortis et al. [18] Survey of disability support workers (n = 1476)
Survey of CEOs of not-for-profit organisations registered to provide NDIS services in NSW (n = 135)
Interviews with disability support providers in NSW (n = 20)
Review of NDIS pricing documents
11 Lakhani et al. [36] Interviews with people with disability and their guardian(s), family member(s), and/or carer(s) in South-East Queensland (n = 70)
12 Purcal et al. [66] Interviews with family members and service providers of children in the NDIS in the Hunter region (n = 38)
Surveys with family members and service providers of children in the NDIS in the Hunter region (n = 344)
13 Heneker et al. [28] Interviews and focus groups with service providers, NDIS participants, non-NDIS participants with disability, and community members (n = 55)
14 Hui et al. [29] Interviews with low SES people with disability about access to NDIS in Woolongong (n = 32)
15 Collings et al. [16] Focus groups with planning practitioners in New South Wales (n = 99)