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Table 4 Dichotomized responses to PRECEDE survey items

From: Integrating community-based health promotion programs and primary care: a mixed methods analysis of feasibility

Survey Measure Total (n = 278) Clinicians (n = 190) Stakeholders (n = 88) P value
Predisposing Factors
 Believe community resources are important parts of effective primary carea 260 (95.9%) 179 (95.2%) 81 (97.6%) 0.36
 Believe community resources need to be reliable and trustworthyb 153 (56.7%) 125 (66.8%) 28 (33.7%) < 0.01
 Believe lack of education and awareness about program is barrier to CDSMP referralc 203 (73.0%) 134 (73.2%) 69 (86.3%) 0.02
Reinforcing Factors
 Believe community resources, if suggested, are not likely to be used by patientsa 43 (15.9%) 33 (17.6%) 10 (12.0%) 0.25
 Believe community resources are not accessibleb 193 (71.5%) 111 (59.4%) 82 (98.8%) < 0.01
Enabling Factors
 Believe easy to make referrals to community resources if desireda 43 (15.9%) 32 (17.0%) 11 (13.3%) 0.43
Administrative Issues
 Believe community resources are emphasized and encouraged in my settingd 114 (42.2%) 76 (40.4%) 38 (46.3%) 0.37
 Believe community resources are underutilized in my settingd 180 (66.7%) 119 (63.3%) 61 (74.4%) 0.08
  1. aMissing 7 responses (2 clinicians); bMissing 8 responses (3 clinicians); cMissing 15 responses (7 clinicians); dMissing 8 responses (2 clinicians)