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Table 1 Table of participants. This table provides a breakdown of the interviews and their dates in three columns. Pseudonyms or numerical identifiers were used for all participants. Key staff interviews were face-to-face, all other interviews were conducted by phone. A table key explains the key participant characteristics

From: Applying critical systems thinking to social prescribing: a relational model of stakeholder “buy-in”

Key Staff*YearOther stakeholders*YearService userscodeYearRef
Link worker (Carol)2018Practice manager (Keith)2018Female0002018CVD
Public health manager (Joan)2018DWP Disability Employment Advisor (Sue)2019Female0012018CVD
Project Manager (Ken)2018DWP Employment Advisor (Pat)2019Female0022018CVD
IT manager (Chris)2018DWP Employment Advisor (Ann)2019Male0032018CVD
Service manager (Kath)2018Adult social care worker (Jill)2019Male0042018CVD
Public Health consultant (Elise)2018Adult social care worker (Mel)2019Male0052018CVD
Link worker (Emily)2019GP (Nick)2019Female0062019Other
  GP (Liz)2019Female0072019Other
    Male0082019MH
    Female0092019Other
  1. Key: Participant Characteristics
  2. • Link worker = social prescribing link worker
  3. • DWP = Department of Work and Pensions
  4. • Code = anonymous code for paper only
  5. • Ref = referrals
  6. • Service user = a person who has met with a social prescribing link worker
  7. • CVD = service user is on a CVD register
  8. • Other = service user has been identified or self identifies as having health issues related to life style, weight.
  9. • MH = patient has been identified as having mental health issues
  10. Note: Key staff interviews were face to face, all other interviews were conducted by phone