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Table 1 Characteristics of Included Studies

From: Experiences, perspectives and values of Indigenous peoples regarding kidney transplantation: systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative studies

StudyCountryNo. Indigenous
participants
(n)
Participant group(s)Age range
(years)
Methodological
framework
Data collectionAnalysis
e.g. content, framework, thematic, GT
Topic
Anderson et al. 2008* [11]AU146
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
ESKD pts(18–65)Interview study -life story narrativeIn depth narrative style face to face interviewsThematic content analysisUnderstanding of their chronic kidney disease and attitudes to treatment
Bennett et al. 1995 [12]AU11
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
Transplant recipientsNSExploratory qualitativeIn-depth interviewsNSSocial and cultural factors in dialysis and transplantation
Davison & Jhangri
2014 [13]
CA21
First Nations
General population18+ (Age criteria)Multiple case studySemi-structured face to face interviewsCritical realismAttitudes toward organ transplant and donation
Devitt et al.*
2017 [14]
AU146
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
ESKD pts18–65Interview study -life story narrativeNarrative style face to face interviews.ThematicViews of transplant and organ donation
Fahrenwald
& Stabnow 2005 [15]
US21
Oglala Lakota Sioux
General population21–82Ethnographic
Social-ecological
In-depth
Interviews
ThematicSociocultural patterns influencing decisions about organ and tissue donation
Jones & Cornwall**
2018 [16]
NZ9
Māori
ESRD ptsMean 49.8 (Total Qualitative Sample)Qualitative descriptiveFace to face semi-structured interviewsThematicFactor influencing decision-making among ESRD pts. considering approaching family or friends for a kidney
Jones**
2017 [17]
NZ9
Māori
ESRD pts23–68
Mean 49.8 (Total Qualitative Sample)
Qualitative descriptiveFace to face semi-structured interviewsInductive thematicFactor influencing decision-making among ESRD pts. considering approaching family or friends for a kidney
Keddis
2019 [18]
US12 Native AmericanESKD presenting for kidney transplant evaluationMean 50.1 (+/−8.65)Exploratory qualitativeSemi structured interviewsGrounded theory & inductive thematic analysisPerceptions & attitudes about kidney transplant
Martin
2013 [19]
NZ4
Māori
ESRF waitlisted for kidney transplant19–77 (Total Qualitative
Sample)
Pragmatic mixed methods -including qualitative interviewsSemi structured face to face interviewsA priori and inductive thematic analysisBarriers to live donor kidney transplant
Smith
2015 [20]
CA1
First Nations
DonorNSAutoethnographyJournal recordsNS
Narrative
Lived experience of kidney donation