Table 6

Perceived value of the implementation strategies used
Implementation strategy n = 115a
Involvement of professionals in development
 Involvement of GPs/professionals important; yes, n (%) 95 (86.4)b
Flyers
 Flyers important for deciding about participation, yes, n (%) 35 (59.3)c
 Estimated relevance to future users on a scale of 1–10, mean (SD) 6.8 (1.6)d
Educational program
 Necessary for being able to work with ZWIP; yes, n (%) 63 (70.8)e
 Estimated relevance to future users on a scale of 1–10, mean (SD) 7.5 (1.6)f
Coaching
 Able to work with ZWIP without coaching; no, n (%) 14 (26.4)g
 Estimated relevance to future users on a scale of 1–10, mean (SD) 6.9 (1.7)h
E-coaching
 Necessary for being able to work with ZWIP; yes, n (%) 8 (38.1)i
 Estimated relevance to future users on a scale of 1–10, mean (SD) 6.7 (1.6)j
Telephonic helpdesk
 Necessary for being able to work with ZWIP; yes, n (%) 41 (77.4)g
 Estimated relevance to future users on a scale of 1–10, mean (SD) 7.3 (1.6)f
Newsletter
 Newsletter important for staying up-to-date about the program; yes, n (%) 35 (46.7)k
 Estimated relevance to future users on a scale of 1–10, mean (SD) 5.9 (1.5)d
Financial compensation
 Financial compensation necessary for future professionals; yes, n (%) 27 (56.3)l
 Estimated relevance to future users on a scale of 1–10, mean (SD) 6.7 (2.0)h
Possibility to adapt the ZWIP to meet local circumstances
 Estimated relevance to future users on a scale of 1–10, mean (SD) 8.0 (1.4)f

ZWIP = Health and Welfare Information Portal; aProfessionals could answer affirmatively, neutral or negatively, n varies as questions concerning necessity and importance were only answered by professionals exposed to the implementation strategy; bn = 110; cn = 59; dn = 106; en = 89; fn = 107; gn = 53; hn = 105; in = 21; jn = 104; kn = 75; ln = 48.

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Robben et al. BMC Health Services Research 2012 12:251   doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-251

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