Skip to main content

Table 3 Types of decision-making roles (Phase 1 workshop evaluation and online follow-up survey; Phase 2 forum evaluation and online follow-up survey)

From: Talk, trust and time: a longitudinal study evaluating knowledge translation and exchange processes for research on violence against women

Decision-making role Phase 1: Workshop Evaluation1
(n = 74, 1 missing)
% (n)
Phase 1: Follow-Up Survey2
(n = 33)
% (n)
Phase 2: Forum Evaluation1
(n = 35, 3 missing)
% (n)
Phase 2: Follow-Up Survey2
(n = 16, 5 missing)
% (n)
Clinical care/service delivery decisions 41% (30) 12% (4) 23% (8) 6.3%(1)
Planning/programming decisions 51% (38) 18% (6) 31% (11) 31.3%(5)
Administrative decisions 41% (30) 27% (9) 9% (3) 0% (0)
Public policy decisions 19% (14) 15% (5) 17% (6) 18.8%(3)
Research decisions 4% (3) 9% (3) 14% (5) 12.5%(2)
Advocacy decisions 32% (24) 3% (1) 14% (5) N/A
Other (write-in) 20% (15)3 15% (5)4 26% (9)5 31.3%(5)6
  1. 1respondents could indicate more than one role; 2respondents were asked to indicate one decision role only 3including, in order of frequency: education and training (of other professionals, or public awareness/outreach); other policy work; funding to implement public policy; 4management and mixed roles re: service, advocacy, research and planning; 5including project management, regulatory, policy recommendations, training, community presentations, policing, funding; 6including education/curriculum, funding, communication and knowledge translation.