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Table 4 Perceived outcomes of receiving school-specific COMPASS findings

From: Can knowledge exchange support the implementation of a health-promoting schools approach? Perceived outcomes of knowledge exchange in the COMPASS study

  Number of Participants
School (n = 13) Public Health (n = 4) Researchers (n = 13) Total Participants (n = 30)
Programming changes 9 1 0 10
 Healthy Eating 6 1   7
 Substance use 4    4
 Bullying, Mental health 3    3
Enhanced school climate, culture 4 3 7 14
 Increased staff engagement and motivation for change 2 3 7 12
 Increased student engagement 3 1   4
 Created School Health Committee 3    3
 Increased awareness of student health issues in schools 0 0 4 4
Identify health priorities to address 7 0 0 7
Health promotion and communication initiatives 4 1 0 5
Working with public health unit 4 1 0 5
Changes to physical environment 3 1 0 4
Curriculum impacts 4 0 0 4
 Physical Education 3    3
 Other 2    2
Prompted further investigation into findings by school 3 0 0 3