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Table 3 Proportion of respondents who were clear about the delegation of responsibilities for immunisation

From: Is partnership the answer? Delivering the national immunisation programme in the new English health system: a mixed methods study

Questionnaire statement Managers by region Providers by region
London (n = 22) South of England (n = 23) Midlands or East of England (n = 12) North of England (n = 20) Total (n = 77) London (n = 43) South of England (n = 55) Midlands or East of England (n = 46) North of England (n = 44) Total (n = 188)
The organisation responsible for commissioning the immunisation programme 86% (n = 19) 91% (n = 21) 92% (n = 11) 95% (n = 19) 91% (n = 70) 58% (n = 25) 46% (n = 25) 57% (n = 26) 59% (n = 26) 54 (n = 102)
The organisation responsible for training immunisation providers 27% (n = 6) 26% (n = 6) 42% (n = 5) 35% (n = 7) 31% (n = 24) 51% (n = 22) 47% (n = 26) 41% (n = 19) 75.0% (n = 33) 53% (n = 100)
The organisation responsible for monitoring and evaluating the quality of service providers’ immunisation activities 50% (n = 11) 70% (n = 16) 67% (n = 8) 70% (n = 14) 64% (n = 39) 47% (n = 20) 35% (n = 19) 41% (n = 19) 59% (n = 26) 45% (n = 84)
The distribution of roles and responsibilities for immunisation across different organisations 23% (n = 5) 48% (n = 11) 67% (n = 8) 30% (n = 6) 39% (n = 30) 35% (n = 15) 27% (n = 15) 35% (n = 16) 57% (n = 25) 37.8% (n = 71)