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Table 3 Exponential random graph model to predict information seeking and expertise-recognition ties, using structural, node level, and dyadic configurations

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

  Information-seeking coefficient (SE) Expertise-recognition coefficient (SE)
Reciprocity 1.62 (0.7)* −0.28 (0.8)
Alternating out-k-stars 0.22 (0.3) 0.51 (0.3)
Alternating in-k-stars 0.77 (0.4)* 1.44 (0.3)*
Manager: seeker 0.28 (0.4) −0.12 (0.3)
Manager: source −0.30 (0.3) −0.06 (0.2)
Manager: matching −0.009 (0.3) 0.18 (0.3)
Supervisory/admin division: seeker −1.48 (0.6)* −1.52 (0.6)*
Supervisory/admin division: source 1.65 (0.6)* 1.44 (0.4)*
EBP score: seeker −0.01 (0.03) 0.01 (0.02)
EBP score: source 0.06 (0.03)* 0.08 (0.03)*
EBP score: similarity 0.90 (0.9) 1.53 (0.9)
Division: matching 2.96 (0.5)* 2.65 (0.5)*
Friendship 1.99 (0.7)* 2.18 (0.8)*
  1. Coefficients represent the log odds ratio (SE) of the likelihood of tie formation.
  2. *: p < 0.05.