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Table 1 Settings and Interview Participants

From: Interprofessional communication with hospitalist and consultant physicians in general internal medicine: a qualitative study

Site Description Interview participants # of units MD staffing model
Hospital 1 Large community teaching hospital; 5000 staff and physicians 1 Executive Director 6 GIM units Consultants & Hospitalists
1 Unit Manager
1 Clinical Nurse Educator
1 Clinical Nurse Specialist
1 Occupational Therapist
Hospital 2 Acute care community hospital; 3000 staff and physicians 1 Executive Physician 3 GIM units Consultants & Hospitalists
1 Consultant Physician
1 Unit Manager
1 Pharmacist
1 Social Worker
1 Physiotherapist
1 Registered Nurse
Hospital 3 Large community teaching hospital; 10,000 staff and physicians 1 Consultant Physician 4 GIM units 1 Hospitalist-staffed unit
1 Pharmacy Director
1 Pharmacist   4 Consultant-staffed units
1 Unit Manager
1 Advanced Practice Nurse
1 Chief of Medicine
Hospital 4 Urban community teaching hospital; 3000 staff and physicians 1 Consultant Physician 2 GIM units Consultants
1 Unit Manager
1 Social Worker
Hospital 5 Community hospital; 4000 staff and physicians 1 Executive Physician 6 GIM units Consultants
1 Executive Nurse
1 Consultant Physician
1 Unit Manager
1 Patient Care Manager
1 Dietitian
2 Pharmacists
1 Nurse Clinician
1 Registered Nurse