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Table 2 Number of participants by sources of data and case

From: Addressing quadruple aims through primary care and public health collaboration: ten Canadian case studies

Data collectionCase 1: Enhanced 18 Month Well BabyCase 2: Comprehensive Tobacco CessationCase 3: Regional E-Health for Immunization ManagementCase 4: Vaccine Management & Information ExchangeCase 5: Rural Community Health InitiativeCase 6: Women’s Health PromotionCase 7: Rural Youth Health PromotionCase 8: Urban Child Health Promotion & Family OutreachCase 9: Inner City OutreachCase10: Street Health Outreach
PSAT respondents (n; %)(10; 67)(8; 67)(8; 89)(8; 53)(9; 64)(14; 82)(11; 100)(11; 79)(12; 36)(7; 78)
# of Focus groups “A’; # Interviews2; 03; 02; 02; 01; 11; 34; 02; 2b1a2; 2
# Participants
 ◦ `Front line staffn = 6n = 5n = 3n = 2n = 6n = 2n = 10n = 7Total n = 11n = 3
 ◦ Managers/physician leadsn = 9n = 2n = 3n = 2n = 2n = 3n = 1n = 1n = 3
# of Focus groups “B′; # Interviews4; 02; 02; 02; 11; 13; 14; 0b2 a2; 1
# Participants
 ◦ Front line staffn = 5n = 3n = 3n = 5n = 7n = 6n = 10See Focus group ATotal n = 15n = 2
 ◦ Managers/physiciansn = 8n = 2n = 3n = 3n = 1n = 3n = 1n = 3
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  1. a front line and managers combined in a focus group | bfocus groups A and B were combined