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Table 2 Health official involvement extent scores by low and high involvers*

From: Extent and patterns of community collaboration in local health departments: An exploratory survey

Organizations/individuals involved in priority setting Involvement extent (scores 1 &2) Involvement extent (scores 3-5) Involvement extent (scores 6 & 7)
  Low-In§ High-In Low-In§ High-In Low-In§ High-In
  n = 75 n = 25 n = 105 n = 83 n = 28 n = 108
Health Department Staff 2 (3%) column
(8%) row
0 (0%)
(0%)
11 (10%)
(42%)
1 (1%)
(4%)
13 (36%)
(50%)
26 (24%)
(96%)
Local Board of Health 4 (5%)
(15%)
2 (8%)
(7%)
20 (19%)
(77%)
12 (14%)
(44%)
2 (7%)
(8%)
13 (13%)
(48%)
Patient Representatives 8 (11%)
(31%)
3 (12%)
(11%)
15 (14%)
(58%)
16 (19%)
(59%)
3 (11%)
(11%)
8 (7%)
(30%)
Community Advisory Board 7 (9%)
(27%)
2 (8%)
(7%)
12 (11%)
(46%)
5 (6%)
(18%)
7 (25%)
(27%)
20 (19%)
(74%)
Community Health Professionals 7 (9%)
(27%)
0 (0%)
(0%)
19 (18%)
(73%)
8 (10%)
(30%)
0 (0%)
(0%)
19 (18%)
(70%)
Elected Officials 12 (16%)
(46%)
2 (8%)
(7%)
14 (13%)
(54%)
20 (24%)
(74%)
0 (0%)
(0%)
5 (5%)
(19%)
Community-Based Organizations 13 (17%)
(50%)
0 (0%)
(0%)
11 (10%)
(42%)
14 (17%)
(52%)
2 (7%)
(8%)
13 (12%)
(48%)
Experts 22 (29%)
(85%)
16 (64%)
(59%)
3 (3%)
(11%)
7 (8%)
(26%)
1 (4%)
(4%)
4 (4%)
(15%)
  1. * Row and column percents do not always add to 100% due to rounding.
  2. § Low-involvers
  3. ‡ High-involvers