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Table 3 Summary of quantitative scores for intervention phase 1 (needs assessment) per school

From: Evaluating the implementation process of a participatory organizational level occupational health intervention in schools

  School A School B
3. Participation
 % of employees who feel involved in the intervention 71.9% (n = 23/32) 34.4% (n = 22/64)
5. Reach (% yes)
 Participation in interviewsa 91.7% (n = 11/12) 100% (n = 12/12)
 Participation in questionnairea 39.3% (n = 59/150) 47.8% (n = 77/161)
 Participation in group sessionsb 73.3% (n = 110/150) 54.0% (n = 71/161)
 % of participants who feel exposed to the intervention 68.8% (n = 22/32) 29.7% (n = 28/64)
6. Communication (% yes)
 Received report on interviews? 53.1% (n = 17/32) 57.1% (n = 40/70)
 Received report on questionnaire? 53.1% (n = 17/32) 68.6% (n = 48/70)
 Received advisory report? 93.8% (n = 30/32) 65.7% (n = 46/70)
7. Satisfactionc (SD)d
 Overall 6.5 (1.19) (n = 32) 5.9 (1.58) (n = 63)
 Interviews 7.5 (.57) (n = 4) 8.0 (0.89) (n = 11)
 Questionnaire 7.1 (1.14) (n = 26) 7.3 (0.99) (n = 55)
 Group sessions 6.7 (1.13) (n = 26) 6.8 (1.58) (n = 38)
 Advisory report correct summary of opinions/wishes/needs? (%yes) 64.5% (n = 20/31) 65.4% (n = 34/52)
8. Middle management support
 % employees who feel supported 68.8% (n = 22/32) 53.1% (n = 34/64)
9. Readiness for change
 % employees who feel ready for the change 81.3% (n = 26/32) 54.7% (n = 35/64)
  1. Note. Variables are whenever possible denoted as percentages (cases/n). The n differs per variable due to the operationalization of the variable (eg satisfaction with report interviews only asked if participant reported to have received the report) or due to drop out during the process of filling out the questionnaire
  2. aParticipation rates in interviews and questionnaire are based on logbook notes
  3. bParticipation rate in group sessions is based on objective attendance lists
  4. cSatisfaction was rated on a 1–10 scale (1 = very unsatisfied; 10 = very satisfied) and the average satisfaction rate was classified as poor (<6), moderate (≥6 and <7.5) or high (≥7.5)
  5. dSD is standard deviation