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Table 2 Participant characteristics stratified by risk level of developing type 2 diabetes

From: A digital lifestyle behaviour change intervention for the prevention of type 2 diabetes: a qualitative study exploring intuitive engagement with real-time glucose and physical activity feedback

Pseudonym Gender Age range Group allocation
Moderate risk of developing type 2 diabetesa
 Alice Female 61–65 Group 3b
 Anne Female 46–50 Group 3
 Arthur Male 51–55 Group 2c
 Charles Male 51–55 Group 1d
 Ellie Female 46–50 Group 3
 Evie Female 51–55 Group 3
 George Male 56–60 Group 2
 Isabelle Female 66–70 Group 1
 Jane Female 36–40 Group 1
 Jennifer Female 56–60 Group 3
 Joseph Male 56–60 Group 3
 Leah Female 51–55 Group 2
 Lily Female 61–65 Group 3
 Lucas Male 51–55 Group 3
 Lucy Female 46–50 Group 2
 Phoebe Female 61–65 Group 2
 Rosie Female 41–45 Group 2
 Sarah Female 46–50 Group 3
 Sophie Female 61–65 Group 3
 Steven Male 61–65 Group 2
 Theo Male 61–65 Group 1
 Thomas Male 66–70 Group 1
High risk of developing type 2 diabetese
 Emily Female 56–60 Group 2
 Emma Female 61–65 Group 3
 Henry Male 51–55 Group 1
 Noah Male 71–75 Group 1
  1. aModerate risk defined as a score of 16–24 points
  2. bGroup 3 could access feedback from both the glucose sensor and activity monitor for all of the six weeks;
  3. cGroup 2: participants could access feedback from the activity monitor for all of the six weeks but were also able to access feedback from the glucose sensor in the final two weeks;
  4. dGroup 1: participants could access feedback from the glucose sensor for all of the six weeks but were also able to access feedback from the activity monitor in the final two weeks
  5. eHigh risk defined as a score of 25–47 points