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Table 1 Interview guide

From: GPs’ and child and adolescent psychiatry specialists’ experiences of joint consultations in the GP’s office: a qualitative study

  Question Comment
1 How have you experienced having joint consultations with CAMHS specialists in your office? / How have you experienced visiting the GP’s office for the joint consultations? Focus on the emotional aspect of having a consultation with another professional. Has it felt difficult or uncomfortable? If yes, why? If no, why?
2 Have you learnt something from the joint consultations? If yes, can you describe what you have learnt. Do you think the CAMHS specialists/the GPs have learnt anything? If yes, what?  
3 Can you tell us about an especially successful consultation? When the child wasn’t referred? When the child was referred? How do you think the family felt about the consultation? Not necessarily all examples from everyone, but try to get all alternatives covered
4 Can you tell us about a not so successful consultation? When the child wasn’t referred? When the child was referred? How do you think the family felt about the consultation? Not necessarily all examples from everyone, but try to get all alternatives covered
5 For what kind of problems do you find the joint consultation especially useful?  
6 Are there problems that are not suitable for joint consultations?  
7 What factors are important for such a collaboration to work?  
8 Would you recommend joint consultations to other GPs/CAMHS clinics?  
9 Anything else you want to mention?