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Table 6 Site 4 Oral health risk assessment (Students and clinicians) descriptives

From: Improving the normalization of complex interventions: part 2 - validation of the NoMAD instrument for assessing implementation work based on normalization process theory (NPT)

Site 4: Oral health risk assessment
Student dentists (N = 189)
Site 4: Oral health risk assessment
Clinicians (N = 31)
Year of study   Professional Role  
 3rd Year 40 (77)  Clinical Fellow 13 (4)
 4th Year 41 (77)  Senior lecturer 7 (2)
 5th Year 20 (37)  Professor 10 (3)
    Associate Clinical Lecturer 55 (17)
    Clinical Trainer 7 (2)
    StR/SpR 7 (2)
    Missing 3 (1)
Main role in relation to the intervention   Main role in relation to the intervention  
    I oversee others delivering [risk assessment] scores Yes: 84 (26)
No: 3 (1)
DA: 13 (4)
 I directly deliver the [risk assessment] scores to patients Yes: 94 (177)
No: 6 (12)
 I directly deliver [risk assessment] scores to patients Yes: 42 (13)
No: 42 (13)
DA: 16 (5)
 I use and deliver [risk assessment] scores in another setting Yes: 6 (12
No: 74 (139)
DA: 20 (38)
 I use and deliver [risk assessment] scores in another setting Yes: 23 (7)
No: 58 (18)
DA: 19 (6)
   Years worked in the [Dental Hospital]  
    < 1 year 10 (3)
    1–2 years 10 (3)
    3–5 years 19 (6)
    6–10 years 16 (5)
    11–15 years 13 (4)
    >  15 years 32 (10)