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Table 2 Impact of baseline role security and therapeutic commitment on the relative per cent difference in the proportion of patients receiving an intervention during the 12-week study period between providers that received the implementation component and providers that did not receive the implementation component

From: Impact of primary healthcare providers’ initial role security and therapeutic commitment on implementing brief interventions in managing risky alcohol consumption: a cluster randomised factorial trial

Implementation component Basic model: brief intervention proportion difference (95 % CI; p value)a Basic + RS + TC: brief intervention proportion difference (95 % CI; p value)a
Training and support (TS) 60.4 (14.5–124.8; 0.007) 62.5 (15.9–127.9; 0.005)
Financial reimbursement (FR) 68.8 (20.5–136.6; 0.003) 67.4 (19.4–134.7; 0.003)
e-BI 4.9 (−25.1–47; 0.78) 5.8 (−24.5–48.3; 0.741)
TS plus FR 170.7 (68.7–334.6; <0.001) 172.0 (69.3–337; <0.001)
TS plus e-BI 68.3 (4.1–172.2; 0.034) 71.9 (6.2–178.4; 0.028)
FR plus e-BI 77.1 (10.6–183.7; 0.018) 77.1 (10.6–183.7; 0.018)
TS plus FR plus e-BI 184.1 (59.2–407.0; 0.001) 187.8 (61.2–414; <0.001)
  1. RS role security; TC therapeutic commitment
  2. aAdjusted for baseline brief intervention rates and accounting for providers nested within PHCU nested within country