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Table 3 Significant differences among HCPs according to possession of the CS

From: The implementation of national action program diabetes in the Netherlands: lessons learned

  Possessions CS Not in possession CS
% Mean % Mean
2010 N = 538 N = 894
Providing education and information about lifestyle to almost all or all patients 37.5   33.4  
Involving all patients in their treatment 58.5   51.1  
In possession of a written treatment protocol   4.3(range 1–5)   3.5(range 1–5)
Having put down responsibilities and competences in writing   4.1(range 1–5)   3.2(range 1–5)
Structural collaboration with(in) primary care 63.2   49.7  
Structural collaboration with(in) secondary care 30.9   23.6  
2013 N = 597 N = 769
Providing education and information to almost all or all patients 62.3   51.2  
Involving all patients in their treatment 74.8   70.5  
Use of Individual Care Plan 29.6   21.1  
In possession of a written treatment protocol   3.8(range 1–5)   3.1(range 1–5)
Having put down responsibilities and competences in writing   3.5(range 1–5)   2.9(range 1–5)
Register quality indicators 69.6   42.5  
Structural collaboration with public health 10.2   5.5  
Structural collaboration with(in) primary care 53.2   38.6  
Structural collaboration with(in) secondary care 35.0   25.3  
  1. Note: all differences were significant on p < 0.05 level
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