Table 2

Descriptive data/study population—Characteristics of Interview Participants (QIA)

Participant IDPAM score (level)AgeGenderEducationSR H
00445.3 (1)87F+cOK
01855.6 (3)82F+cOK
01160.6 (3)75M+cExcellent
01460.6 (3)58F−cOK
00963.1 (3)67F−cOK
01063.1 (3)66F−cOK
01263.1 (3)66M+cExcellent
00365.5 (3)66F+cOK
00565.5 (3)67M+cPoor
01665.5 (3)69F+cOK
01775.0 (4)60F+cExcellent
01384.8 (4)73F+cExcellent
00690.7 (4)77M+cOK
  • PAM scores are depicted on a theoretical 0–100 point scale, with 4 possible levels—1 being lowest, 4 being highest (ranges following algorithm provided by PAM authors; rounded, from 0–47, 48–54, 55–70, to 71–100, respectively).+c, college education; −c, no college education; PAM, patient activation measure; SR H, self-rated health status.