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Table 3 Satisfaction with training

From: Implementation of a self-management support approach (WISE) across a health system: a process evaluation explaining what did and did not work for organisations, clinicians and patients

  N Minimum Maximum Mean Std. deviation
Session 1—all practice staff      
265 participants ranging from 4 to 16 per practice      
??Did you find the training useful 265 1 4 3.05 .820
??Did you like the structure 264 1 4 3.05 .766
??Did you learn from others 264 0 4 3.08 .751
??Was patient pathway useful 263 0 4 2.99 .803
??Was creating opportunities helpful 255 0 4 2.91 .791
??Were the discussions of benefit 263 0 4 3.11 .784
??How actively involved were you 262 1 4 2.96 .772
??Will practice use PRISMS 255 0 4 2.80 1.007
??How likely is system change 252 0 4 2.50 .815
??Valid N (listwise) 232     
Session 2—GPs and nurses      
124 participants ranging from 1 to 7 per practice      
??Did you find the training useful 123 1 4 3.21 .668
??Did you like the structure 124 1 4 3.18 .663
??Did you learn from others 124 0 4 3.19 .779
??Was the DVD useful 120 1 4 2.93 .796
??Did you find role play helpful 108 0 4 3.06 .818
??Were the discussions of benefit 124 1 4 3.35 .665
??Will you be able to use the skills 116 1 4 3.26 .674
??Valid N (listwise) 100     
  1. Evaluation forms were completed by staff from 31 practices at the end of each training session (18 intervention, 13 control-control practices received training after the 12-month patient follow-up questionnaires had been completed but note that the 6 neighbouring control practices were not trained (outwith the time for the programme grant) and 4 randomised practices withdrew from training).
  2. Score range: 0?=?not at all, 4?=?very much.