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Table 3 Network scores on closeness centrality, overall value, and total trust, according to organization’s most significant contribution to the HIPMC coalition network

From: Partnership capacity for community health improvement plan implementation: findings from a social network analysis

Organization’s most important contribution to HIPMC (Self-Rated) Number of respondents Organizations’ mean scores for:
Closeness centrality Overall value Total trust
Broad advocacy for HIPMC priorities 4 0.57 2.98 3.53
Community connections 11 0.60 3.01 3.49
Connection to communities that are experiencing health disparities 8 0.60 2.69 3.24
Data resources including data sets, collection and analysis 1 1.00 3.87 3.80
Expertise other than in health 3 0.59 2.81 3.46
Leadership 7 0.58 3.08 3.39
Providing objectives to the CHIP 4 0.57 3.03 3.25
Specific health expertise 7 0.58 3.02 3.50
Unknown (not reported or missing) 11 0.58 2.96 3.47
TOTAL 56 0.60 2.97 3.43
  1. Note: Differences between groups were not significant at p = .05 level