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Table 5 Enablers to diagnosis and management of CKD in primary care, as reported in included studies (studies listed by reference number)

From: Barriers and enablers to detection and management of chronic kidney disease in primary healthcare: a systematic review

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Beliefs about capabilities
 Managing patient expectations during education         X     X    
 Relationship between primary care provider and patient           X X X    
Beliefs about consequences
 Prioritising patient quality of life               X  X 
Environmental context and resources
 Access to laboratories           X        
 Access to nephrology      X     X  XX   
 Better access to support services                X   
 Financial incentivesX   X X      X      
 Nephrology referral pathways  X      X    X     
 Patient education resources      XX      XX    
 Raising patient awareness of services available    X               
 Technological improvements to identify and manage CKD      XXXXXX  X     
 Time/workload             X      
 Diagnosis of CKD supports a proactive approach to care X           X      
 Guidelines provide roadmap for care  X   X    XX  XX X 
 Training and education      X  X          
Social influences
 Collaboration between members of health care team      X  X    XXX   
Social/professional role and identity
 Capitalising on credibility from existing services    X               
 Clear delineation of healthcare provider roles    X    X X