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Table 3 Implementation data for each component of the COME-ON intervention

From: Process evaluation of a complex intervention to optimize quality of prescribing in nursing homes (COME-ON study)

1. Blended training
 Participation rate in the blended training*, % (n)71% (268/378)
 Participation rate in the blended training per profession, % (n)
  Coordinating physicians96% (23/24)
  General practitioners47% (90/192)
  Pharmacists87% (41/47)
  Nurses99% (114/115)
 Participation rate in the e-learning course, % (n)44% (166/378)
 Participation rate in the interdisciplinary workshops, % (n)61% (232/378)
 Participation rate in both the e-learning course and the interdisciplinary workshops, % (n)34% (130/378)
 Number of participating HCPs per NH
  Median
  Min–max
10
4–36
2. Local interdisciplinary meetings
 Number of LIMs, n46
 Proportion of NHs that organized two LIMs, % (n)92% (22/24)
 Number of HCPs per LIM per NH
  Median
  Min–max
12
6–28
 Participation rate per profession, %
  Coordinating physicians
  General practitioners
  Pharmacists
  Nurses
100%
57%
61%
77%
 Proportion of LIMs with all 3 professions represented, % (n)83% (38/46)
 Proportion of LIMs to which an expert was invited, % (n)15% (7/46)
3. Interdisciplinary case conferences
 Number of ICCs per NHR
  Median
  Min–max
3
1–4
 Proportion of NHRs with no ICC, % (n)15% (123/804)§
 Proportion of NHRs with at least 3 ICCs, % (n)50% (403/804)
 Proportion of NHRs with at least 3 ICCs among NHRs who completed the study, % (n)70% (391/557)
 Proportion of ICCs with all 3 HCPs present, % (n)90% (1506/1675)
 Time for preparation, median (min–max)
  General practitioners
   Missing data
  Pharmacists
   Missing data
  Nurses
   Missing data
10 (2–15)
62% (978/1580)
15 (3–100)
45% (690/1537)
15 (3–200)
73% (1160/1597)
  1. HCP healthcare professional, ICC interdisciplinary case conference, LIM local interdisciplinary meetings, NH nursing home, NHR nursing home resident
  2. * Participants who completed at least one e-learning module and/or attended the interdisciplinary workshop
  3. † Participants who completed at least one e-learning module and attended the interdisciplinary workshop
  4. ‡ For 6 LIMs, the pharmacist was not present; for 4 LIMs, no GP was present. In 2 NHs, no GP attended either LIM
  5. § Most of these NHRs (n = 117) left the study, mainly because of death (n = 87)