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Table 1 List of organisations that provided participants for the study. Thirty-three organisations (actors) participated in the study. One representative was interviewed from each of the 34 organisations presented in the table (one interviewee represented two organisations)

From: Beyond bridging the know-do gap: a qualitative study of systemic interaction to foster knowledge exchange in the public health sector in The Netherlands

- → 3 universities (departments: health and nutrition, health and society, healthcare innovation)
- → 2 universities of applied sciences (departments of: healthcare innovation; health, behaviour, and society)
- → 6 research and training institutes (providing knowledge and sometimes training suitable for municipalities, municipal health services, schools, health professionals) on:
 • → health promotion and public health
 • → youth care
 • → sports and physical activity
 • → nutrition and food safety
 • → mental and addiction care
 • → alcohol policy
- → Academic collaborative (collaboration between municipal health service and university to jointly create knowledge on health promotion)
- → Public–private collaborative on overweight, joining together governmental organisations, private organisations (e.g., food industry), knowledge institutes
- → Municipality
- → 3 municipal health services (1 in an urban region, 2 in more rural areas)
- → Regional provider of mental healthcare
- → Supermarket headquarters (marketing department)
- → Communication/consultancy agency on food agriculture and health
- → Consultancy agency on innovation processes within public health/healthcare
- → 2 health insurance companies
- → Ministry of Health, Welfare, and Sport
- → Governmental institute promoting effective health promotion
- → Governmental institute supporting health policy by formulating public health prospects
- → Governmental health research funding agency
- → Healthcare inspectorate
- → Health council
- → 5 professional/umbrella associations of:
 • → municipalities
 • → care providers
 • → municipal health services
 • → general practitioners
 • → dieticians