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Table 1 Phase 2 knowledge and engagement scores at the start and end of stakeholders’ intervention involvement

From: Development and testing of a novel survey to assess Stakeholder-driven Community Diffusion of childhood obesity prevention efforts

Constructs and domains # items Max. score Shape Up Somerville (n = 13) Romp & Chomp (n = 8)
Mean score (SD) T2-T1 difference (95% CI)a Mean score (SD) T2-T1 difference
(95% CI)a
T1 T2 T1 T2
Knowledgeb         
Composite 20 20 10.38 (5.16) 13.92 (3.78) 3.54 (0.35–6.72)* 10.13 (6.28) 13.63 (2.68) 3.50 (−0.42–7.42)
Domain-specific         
1. Problem 4 4 3.23 (1.24) 3.77 (0.60) 0.54 (−0.23–1.30) 3.13 (1.36) 4.00 (0.00) 0.88 (−0.26–2.01)
2. Intervention factors 4 4 0.92 (2.06) 2.54 (1.45) 1.62 (0.50–2.73)* 1.50 (2.00) 1.88 (1.36) 0.38 (−0.96–1.71)
3. Roles 4 4 2.31 (1.93) 3.38 (1.26) 1.08 (−0.07–2.22) 1.63 (2.00) 3.38 (0.92) 1.75 (−0.13–3.63)
4. Sustainability 4 4 2.46 (1.39) 2.46 (1.20) 0.00 (−0.55–0.55) 2.88 (1.25) 2.75 (1.39) −0.13 (−1.07–0.82)
5. Resources 4 4 1.46 (1.74) 2.09 (1.83)d 0.73 (− 0.64–2.09)d 1.00 (1.25) 1.63 (0.79) 0.63 (0.00–1.25)*
Engagementc         
Composite 50 25 17.89 (3.28) 18.98 (3.43) 1.09 (−0.55–2.73) 19.02 (2.11) 19.67 (1.52) 0.65 (−0.43–1.73)
Domain-specific         
1. Dialogue & mutual learning 11 5 3.99 (0.75) 4.29 (0.54) 0.29 (−0.04–0.62) 3.93 (0.49) 3.98 (0.40) 0.05 (−0.13–0.22)
2. Flexibility 8 5 3.68 (0.71) 3.66 (1.16) −0.02 (− 0.70–0.66) 3.89 (0.28) 3.94 (0.27) 0.05 (− 0.05–0.14)
3. Influence & power 4 5 3.12 (0.81) 3.42 (0.88) 0.31 (0.02–0.59)* 3.47 (0.67) 3.66 (0.50) 0.19 (−0.12–0.50)
4. Leadership & stewardship 22 5 3.60 (0.71) 3.84 (0.69) 0.23 (−0.12–0.58) 3.78 (0.44) 3.88 (0.36) 0.10 (−0.19–0.38)
5. Trust 5 5 3.78 (0.78)e 4.08 (0.81)e 0.30 (− 0.07–0.67)e 3.95 (0.67) 4.23 (0.46) 0.28 (−0.05–0.60)
  1. Notes: T1 and T2 are the start and end, respectively, of stakeholders’ intervention involvement. CI = confidence interval. *p < 0.05
  2. aPaired t-test
  3. bKnowledge items for domains 1–4 were multiple choice or true/false with the following scoring: − 1 = incorrect; 0 = not sure; 1 = correct. Items for domain 5 were on a 4-point agree/disagree Likert scale with the following scoring (to remain consistent with domains 1–4 scores): − 1 = strongly disagree; − 0.5 = disagree; 0.5 = agree; 1 = strongly agree
  4. cEngagement items were on a 5-point agree/disagree Likert scale. Data were weighted to reflect the number of items per domain to ease domain-to-domain comparisons. Composite scores are a mean of the total, not a sum of means; therefore, domain scores may not add up to composite score
  5. dn = 11; difference and 95% CI calculated from paired respondents
  6. en = 12