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Table 3 Pilot data: Clinic ratings of need for implementation supports

From: Protocol for the ROSE sustainment (ROSES) study, a sequential multiple assignment randomized trial to determine the minimum necessary intervention to maintain a postpartum depression prevention program in prenatal clinics serving low-income women

Ratings of need for implementation supports
(1 = least needed, 10 = most needed)
Supports provided once in EIAU and on an ongoing basis, in higher doses, and in LICF and HICF Materials for patients about why they might want to participate (9.38)
Initial training (8.85)
Someone to talk with staff about why the program matters (8.62)
Work with office to figure out how to pay for (8.42)
Educate staff about PPD/mental health (8.12)
Supports provided only in LICF and HICF: Audit and feedback (to show that ROSE is working and how; 8.38)
Ongoing training (7.50)