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Table 6 Sample characteristics for Phase 2 participants (Site 1 and Site 2)

From: From theory to 'measurement' in complex interventions: Methodological lessons from the development of an e-health normalisation instrument

  Site 1% (n)   Site 2% (n)
Age groups:   Age groups:  
<25 0 (0) <25 9 (20)
25-34 4 (2) 25-34 20 (47)
35-44 24 (11) 35-44 32 (73)
45-54 59 (27) 45-54 33 (75)
55+ 13 (6) 55+ 7 (15)
Sex   Sex  
Male 0 (0) Male 14 (32)
Female 100(46) Female 86 (199)
Working role:   Working role:  
Community Enrolled Nurse 0 (0) Call handlers 47 (109)
Community Staff Nurse 28 (13) Nurse advisors 24 (56)
District Nursing Sister/Charge Nurse 61 (28) Team leaders 9 (21)
Practice Development Nurse 9 (4) Health information advisors 3 (7)
Senior Nurse 2 (1) Other 16 (38)
Time working in role:   Time working in role:  
<2 years 7 (3) < 1 year 15 (36)
2 to < 5 years 22 (10) 1 year to 23 months 10 (23)
5 to <10 years 28 (13) 2 years to 47 months 20 (45)
10 years plus 30 (14) 4 years to 71 months 16 (36)
Did not specify 13 (6) 6 years + 16 (37)
   Did not specify 23 (54)
Time using e-Health system   (Time using not assessed for Site 2)  
no months of use 9 (4)   
some but <3 mths 20 (9)   
4 or 5 mths 9 (4)   
6 mths but <12 20 (9)   
1 yr but <2 yrs 22 (10)   
2 years + 22 (10)   
Perceived routinisation of e-Health   Perceived routinisation of e-Health  
Not at all 0 (0) Not at all 1 (2)
Partly 68 (30) Partly 17 (35)
Completely 32 (14) Completely 83 (174)