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Table 2 Comorbidity Practice (CoP) mean scores for High, Medium and Low Implementers

From: Relationship between clinician-level attributes and implementation outcomes from the Pathways to Comorbidity Care training program

Variable High
(n = 6)
Medium
(n = 10)
Low
(n = 4)
Total
(n = 20)
CoP Baseline score
 Screening .25 (0.22) .09 (0.06) .49 (0.42) .23 (0.26)
 Assessment .11 (0.15) .05 (0.06) .31 (0.45) .12 (0.23)
 Treatment .30 (0.27) .41 (0.46) .72 (0.51) .44 (0.43)
 Referral .31 (0.24) .13 (0.08) .32 (0.53) .23 (0.27)
 Total score .99 (0.76) .67 (0.42) 1.83 (1.22) 1.02 (.83)
CoP Follow-up score
 Screening .54 (0.35) .11 (0.11) .38 (0.34) .31 (0.31)
 Assessment .27 (0.25) .09 (0.12) .29 (0.37) .19 (0.23)
 Treatment .55 (0.38) .46 (0.54) .60 (0.77) .52 (0.52)
 Referral .38 (0.25) .19 (0.11) .15 (0.17) .24 (0.19)
 Total score 1.73 (0.75) .85 (0.45) 1.42 (1.18) 1.25 (.81)
CoP Change (%)
 Screening 116.00 2.00 −22.45 34.78
 Assessment 145.46 80.00 −6.45 58.33
 Treatment 83.33 12.20 −16.67 18.18
 Referral 22.58 46.15 −53.13 4.35
 Total score 74.75 26.87 −22.40 22.55
  1. Data represent mean + SD. CoP scores indicate the degree of detail in CoP themes (screening, assessment, treatment and referral of comorbidity) found in clinical notes. Scores range from 0 to 2. Total CoP score represents the sum of each aspect. CoP Change represents the percentage of change in in CoP scores following training. CoP Comorbidity Practice. This checklist assessed four relevant practice themes for presence and quality: screening, assessment, treatment and referral