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Table 4 Local steering committee member perceptions of benefits of community partnerships (reported by local steering committee members)/Local Project Manager perceptions of training and technical assistance

From: An early implementation assessment of Ontario’s Healthy Kids Community Challenge: results from a survey of key stakeholders

Local steering committee member perceptions of benefits of community partnerships (reported by local steering committee members)
Please indicate the extent to which you agree with the following statementsa(n = 271)YesOtherDon’t know/ Prefer not to answer
 a. There is a shared HKCC-related vision and shared goals among partners83.416.20.4
 b. Effective communication channels among partners have formed78.221.40.4
 c. Coordination among partners has improved75.723.60.7
 d. Partnerships formed from the HKCC are likely to continue after HKCC funding ends73.126.60.4
 e. Trust among partners has increased68.331.40.4
 f. Collaboration on spin-off projects has increased59.839.90.4
Local Project Manager perceptions of training and technical assistance.
Please indicate the extent to which you agree with the following statementsa(n = 99)YesOtherDon’t know/ Prefer not to answer
 a. There are sufficient resources and support to implement the HKCC in my community80.615.34.2
 b. The resources/materials provided by Healthy Kids Resources Centres are useful71.623.05.4
 c. The Local Project Manager guidance document clearly defines my roles and responsibilities68.921.69.5
 d. I have the information I need to complete MOHLTC reporting requirements65.319.415.3
 e. 1:1 support from MOHLTC has addressed my specific questions or concerns58.115.721.6
 f. Local Project Manager in-person training was useful56.825.717.6
 g. The online networking platform is useful for sharing with and learning from other Local Project Managers47.336.516.2
 h. Healthy Kids Resource Centre 1:1 support has addressed my specific questions or concerns45.924.329.7
  1. Missing responses constituted between 2.5 and 21.7% of the total responses; percentage excluding missing is reported
  2. aYes = Strongly Agree/Agree; Other = Neither Agree Nor Disagree, Disagree or Strongly Disagree)