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Table 3 Means of and differences in organisational factors between active and non-active recruiters

From: Which factors play a role in Dutch health promotion professionals’ decision to recruit actively primary schools to use a web-based smoking prevention programme?

Variable Total sample (n = 45) Active (n = 12) Non-active (n = 33) p-value*
DECISION-MAKING (agreement +2/-2)     
Centrality 1.26 1.50 1.17 0.12
Formalisation 0.21 <0.01 0.30 0.32
Information 1.29 1.17 1.30 0.39
Confrontation −0.20 −0.08 −0.24 0.59
TIME FOR SMOKING PREVENTION (agreement +2/-2)    
Do you have enough time to offer smoking prevention programmes to primary schools? −0.15 0.27 −0.31 0.11
DECISION POWER (agreement 1 – 4)     
How big was your share in the decision whether or not to take part in the active recruitment of primary schools with the smoking prevention programme ‘Fun without Smokes’? 2.88 3.09 2.80 0.48
  1. *p-values are for t-tests comparing active and non-active recruiters.
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