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Table 5 Emergent themes analyses

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

Two Systems Two Worlds
 Survey Item Total (n = 278) Healthcare system (n = 223) Community system (n = 55) P value
  Predisposing Factors
   Believe community resources are important parts of effective primary carea 260 (93.5%) 209 (93.7%) 51 (92.7%) 0.39
   Believe community resources need to be reliable and trustworthyb 153 (55.0%) 131 (58.7%) 22 (40.0%) 0.02
   Believe community resources are something I am aware of and educated aboutb 78 (28.1%) 74 (33.2%) 4 (7.3%) < 0.01
  Reinforcing Factors
   Believe community resources, if suggested, are not likely to be used by patientsa 43 (15.5%) 39 (17.5%) 4 (7.3%) 0.07
   Believe community resources are not accessibleb 193 (69.4%) 142 (63.7%) 51 (92.7%) < 0.01
  Enabling Factors
   Believe easy to make referrals to community resources if desireda 43 (15.5%) 36 (16.1%) 7 (12.7%) 0.60
  Administrative Issues
   Believe community resources are emphasized and encouraged in my settingc 114 (41.0%) 89 (39.9%) 25 (45.5%) 0.28
   Believe community resources are underutilized in my settingc 180 (64.7%) 146 (65.5%) 34 (61.8%) 1.00
Not My Job
 Survey Item Total (n = 278) Clinicians (n = 190) Stakeholders (n = 88) P Value
   Believe lack of feedback about patient participation is barrier to referrald 62 (22.3%) 26 (14.2%) 36 (45.0%) < 0.01
   Believe lack of an electronic referral system is barrier to referrald 105 (37.8%) 62 (33.9%) 43 (53.8%) < 0.01
   Believe referral process, if pursued, must be integrated into work flowe 209 (75.2%) 151 (84.4%) 58 (69.9%) < 0.01
Seeing is Believing
 Survey Item All clinicians (n = 186f) Clinicians with CDSMP exposure (n = 38) Clinicians w/out CDSMP exposure (n = 148) P value
   Believe community resources are important part of primary care 177 (95.2%) 35 (92.1%) 142 (96.0%) 0.33
   Believe community resources need to be reliable and trustworthyg 123 (66.5%) 23 (62.2%) 100 (67.6%) 0.53
   Believe education and awareness about CDSMP is barrier to referralh 134 (73.2%) 7 (18.9%) 127 (87.0%) <.0001
   Believe community resources are underutilized in their setting 118 (63.4%) 23 (60.5%) 95 (64.2%) 0.68
  1. aMissing 7 responses, 4 from healthcare; bMissing 8 responses, 5 from healthcare; cMissing 8 responses, 4 from healthcare; dMissing 15 responses, 7 from clinicians; eMissing 16 responses, 11 from clinicians; f4 clinicians did not respond to question to ascertain exposure; gMissing 1 response for a clinician with exposure to CDSMP; hMissing 3 responses (1 from a clinician with exposure to CDSMP)