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Table 1 The baseline characteristics of study participants

From: Social and organizational factors affecting implementation of evidence-informed practice in a public health department in Ontario: a network modelling approach

Reciprocity (information seeking) 0.28  
Reciprocity (expertise recognition) 0.07  
E-I index (manager/prof) 0.15 (p:0.27)  
E-I index (divisions) −0.45 (p < 0.0001)  
E-I index (supervisory/administrative division) −0.45 (p = 0.22)  
  Managers (n = 15) Professional consultants (n = 13)
Female (%) 14 (93) 11 (85)
Years of work experience in public health practice (SD) 20 (9) 10 (8)
Affiliated to supervisory/administrative division (%) 3 (20) 3 (23)
Highest degree   
baccalaureate 9 (60) 4 (31)
Masters and above 6 (40) 9 (69)
Evidence Based Practice implementation score (SD) 11 (5) 14 (8)
Outdegree (SD) 2 (1.3) 1.6 (1.2)
Indegree (SD) 1.5 (1.9) 2.2 (1.8)
Within group reciprocity 0.3 0.6
Between group reciprocity 0.3 0.5