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Table 1 Ranking of topics by participants of academic detailing sessions by perceived usefulness of information (left) and by how novel the information was felt to be (right). Results shown are the topics placed in order of most highly ranked (1) to lowest ranked (7)

From: Evaluating a process of academic detailing in primary care: an educational programme for acute kidney injury

Ranking of topics by participants of academic detailing sessions in order of perceived usefulness of information Ranking of topics by participants of academic detailing sessions in order of perceived novelty of information
1. Managing AKI in primary care 1. AKI warning stage issued as test result from biochemistry
2. AKI diagnostic criteria 2. Managing a patient after an episode of AKI
3. Implications of AKI for patient outcomes 3. AKI diagnostic criteria
4. Managing a patient after an episode of AKI 4. Implications of AKI for patient outcomes
5. Risk factors for AKI 5. Managing AKI in primary care
6. Sick day guidance and reducing risk of AKI 6. Sick day guidance and reducing risk of AKI
7. AKI warning stage issued as test result from biochemistry 7. Risk factors for AKI