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Table 4 Correlations of endorsement rates across items for the Delphi panels

From: Cross-cultural generalizability of suicide first aid actions: an analysis of agreement across expert consensus studies from a range of countries and cultures

Expert panel English-speaking country professionals English-speaking country consumer advocates Sri Lanka professionals Japan professionals India professionals Philippines professionals Refugee and immigrant professionals Refugee and immigrant advocates
English-speaking country professionals 1.00 .92 .79 .71 .66 .68 .91 .84
English-speaking country consumers .92 1.00 .76 .70 .64 .65 .88 .84
Sri Lanka professionals .76 .69 1.00 .69 .75 .67 .82 .80
Japan professionals .68 .67 .69 1.00 .80 .78 .72 .66
India professionals .65 .60 .76 .78 1.00 .87 .70 .65
Philippines professionals .69 .63 .68 .74 .87 1.00 .70 .65
Refugee and immigrant professionals .91 .88 .87 .71 .71 .70 1.00 .91
Refugee and immigrant consumers .85 .85 .82 .64 .66 .65 .92 1.00
  1. The correlations from complete data are based on varying numbers of items depending on how many were common to the pair of Delphi studies. These varied from 85 to 542. The correlations from imputed data are based on 109 items that had no more than 2 missing values across Delphi panels
  2. Correlations based on complete data are in the upper diagonal and correlations based on imputed data are in the lower diagonal