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Table 4 Policy actors and processes for each frameworka

From: Frameworks for self-management support for chronic disease: a cross-country comparative document analysis

Framework Actors Development processes Implementation Plans Evaluation Plans
QLD Members of strategy team and alliance, government, non-governmental organisations, professional bodies, private sector, consumer advocacy groups, HCPs universities and national and international ‘experts’ Consultation through forums, electronic questionnaire, feedback on drafts, meetings with key stakeholders. Evidence and existing frameworks. Actions with timelines not reported. Proposed to be dynamic and flexible. Plan/outcomes not detailed. Contains recommendations.
SL Representatives from health and chronic disease organisations. Working group and consultation on draft strategy. Actions with timelines not reported. Processes of funding outlined. Plan/outcomes not detailed. Contains recommendations.
WL Not reported. Not reported. Actions with timelines not reported. Information on governance, infrastructure, incentives. Plan/outcomes not detailed. Contains recommendations.
WA Chronic disease consumers, carers, managers, policy developers, service providers, NGOs, researchers, self-management educators. Consultation through an electronic qualitative survey, workshops with Strategy Review Group and feedback on draft. Actions reported with timelines. Discussion of infrastructure, governance and funding. Plan with timelines and actors responsible for leading evaluation.
MB Not reported. Guided by evidence, international and local. Actions with timelines reported. Leading organisation and mechanisms of implementation identified. Plan/outcomes not detailed. Contains recommendations
TAS Reference group (HCPs and programme managers) and Chronic Conditions Clinical Network. Consultation to identify priority areas.
Use of specifically developed background paper and frameworks from other areas.
Actions with timelines not reported. Dynamic process, encourage uptake of resources by services and providers. Plan/outcomes not detailed. Contains recommendations
NT HCPs providing SMS, government, non-government and Aboriginal community controlled health service providers, HCPs and consumer groups. Developed by working group. Used focus groups (urban and remote). Consultation on draft, evidence of experience and frameworks from other areas. Actions reported with timelines. Plan reported with performance measures for actions and timelines.
IRL Health division and programme managers/ coordinators and researcher, HCPs, patient and chronic disease-specific organisations, people with chronic diseases, government, health service and university representation. Working group and consultation on draft through focus groups, interviews. Evidence used from literature, international policy documents, national survey and forum for patient consultation. Actions reported with timelines and actors responsible. Plans for governance, infrastructure and resourcing. Early process measures detailed. Contains further recommendations.
  1. aSee Additional file 2 for further detail