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Table 2 Structure of questionnaires

From: Food allergies in school: design and evaluation of a teacher-oriented training action

Previous sections of the questionnaire*

Subsequent sections of the questionnaire *

Allergies and intolerance in school: your experience


In your career as a teacher, have you ever had students with allergies or food intolerance?


If yes, how may allergic children were you exposed to?


Considering your experience as a teacher, do you believe that the issue of food allergies is taken into consideration within school environments? Reply with a number from 1 to 10 where 1 = no consideration and 10 = full consideration and attention.


Have you already participated in courses/seminars for training on food allergies?


How would you evaluate your level of knowledge on the topic? Reply with a number from 1 to 10, where 1 = very low, 10 = high.


Allergies and intolerance: knowledge

Allergies and intolerance: knowledge

28 knowledge questions where the respondent had to select an answer deemed correct according to the knowledge and experience of the participants

28 knowledge questions that are the same as those proposed in the previous questionnaire

Personal data:






The seminar: your opinion:


Did the information from the experts provide adequate responses to your informational needs?


How would you evaluate the relevance of the discussed topics compared to your needs for a training update? Reply with a number from 1 to 10, where 1 = totally irrelevant, 10 = highly relevant


How would you evaluate the utility of this event for your training/informational updating? Reply with a number from 1 to 10, where 1 = entirely useless, 10 = very useful

  1. *For each question, it was only possible to select one answer from a variety of alternatives.