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Table 3 Regression model to predict the EBP behavior scores over time based on their friendship patterns in the subgroup who sought information from highly engaged central staff

From: Implementation of evidence-informed practice through central network actors; a case study of three public health units in Canada

   Regression coefficients
Respondents Friends with someone who is:  
Baseline
 Not highly engaged Not highly engaged 9.9(1.2)
Highly engaged, but not central −3.5(2.1)
Highly engaged central −0.8(1.7)
 Highly engaged, but not central Not highly engaged 0.1(3.4)
Highly engaged, but not central −3.3(2.4)
Highly engaged central −1.8(2.7)
 Highly engaged central Not highly engaged 6.1(3.2)
Highly engaged, but not central 0.4(4.3)
Highly engaged central 5.6(2.4)*
Change from baseline
 Not highly engaged Not highly engaged −0.7(1.1)
Highly engaged, but not central 2.3(1.8)
Highly engaged central 3.3(1.4)*
 Highly engaged, but not central Not highly engaged −2.0(3.2)
Highly engaged, but not central 2.6(2.3)
Highly engaged central 5.7(2.3)*
 Highly engaged central Not highly engaged 8.1(3.2)*
Highly engaged, but not central 3.0(3.8)
Highly engaged central 4.8(2.0)*
Random effects variance
 Health Units 0.6(1.5)
 Individuals 29.2(5.4)
 Residual 21.8(3.0)
  1. 1: The coefficients for all levels at baseline represent the difference from the first row
  2. 2: The coefficients for all levels at ‘change from the baseline’ represent the difference from their baseline
  3. *:p < 0.05