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Table 6 Institutional Support and the Implementation of HHR into Formal Curricula

From: Training Trainers in health and human rights: Implementing curriculum change in South African health sciences institutions

  Formal Curricula  
  All respondents Implemented Not
Implemented
χ 2#
   (n = 22) (n = 24)  
Institutional Allies*     
Deans 10 6 4 0.39
Departmental Chair 19 12 7 0.08
Coworkers 27 15 12 0.24
Students 14 9 5 0.14
Other 13 5 8 0.43
"None" 2 1 1 0.95
No Answer 8 3 5 0.53
Any allies 36 18 18 0.57
Institutional Support: General*     
Increased Budget 1 1 0 0.29
Provided Additional Resources 5 3 2 0.56
Formed New Committees 5 3 2 0.56
Fellowship/Internship 2 1 1 0.95
Funded Training for Staff/Students 9 4 5 0.82
Support for HHR Education Training 6 5 1 0.06
Given Sabbatical or Research Leave 1 1 0 0.29
Funded HHR Research 4 3 1 0.25
Other 7 5 2 0.17
"None" 7 5 2 0.17
No Answer 17 5 12 0.06
Any support 22 12 10 0.38
  1. *Note: participants could select more than one response; #comparing those who reported implementation to those who reported no implementation.