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Table 1 Characteristics of participating practices

From: Drivers for change in primary care of diabetes following a protected learning time educational event: interview study of practitioners

Stratum Stratum 1: little increase before or after (n = 50; non consenting 2) Stratum 2: some increase before or after (n = 27; non consenting 23) Stratum 3: little increase before, lots after (n = 12, non consenting 4) Stratum 4: great increase before and after (n = 14, non consenting 5)
Interviewed practices (n = 11) 3 2 3 3
Characteristics: of interviewees and interviewed practices a. GP, semirural, 5 partner ELPCT a. GP, urban, 3 partner, WLPCT a. Nurse, semirural, 4 partner WLPCT a. GP, semirural, 9 partner training WLPCT
  b. GP, semirural, single handed ELPCT b. GP, rural 4 partner ELPCT b. Nurse, rural, 6 partner ELPCT b. GP, semirural, 4 partner ELPCT
  c. GP, urban, 3 partner WLPCT   c. GP, urban, 8 partner, training, LSWPCT c. GP, rural, 6 partner ELPCT
All practices (n = 103)     
Single handed (n = 20) 16 3 0 0
Dispensing (n = 59) 26 12 9 12
Training (n = 15) 4 6 2 3
At least one GP attending (n = 68) 25 24 8 11
At least one PN/HV attending 28 20 8 8