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Table 2 Characteristics of interview participants

From: The micropolitics of implementation; a qualitative study exploring the impact of power, authority, and influence when implementing change in healthcare teams

Case Participant Sex Sessions attended Sample details
Case A (Willow) Nurse1W F 3 Sample included registered nurses, and clinical nurse managers
Nurse2W F 4
Nurse3W F 2
Nurse4W F 0
Management1W F 8 Sample incorporated senior managers of the organisation
Management2W F 8
Medic1W M 5 Sample comprised of senior physicians (consultants and registrars)
Medic2W M 5
Support Staff1W M 2 Sample encompassed the views of healthcare assistants (staff who assist with bedside care e.g. bathing, feeding patients)
AHP1W F 2 Sample contained various disciplines from the field of allied health
AHP2W M 6
AHP3W F 3
AHP4W F 4
Case B (Brickley) Nurse1B F 3 Sample included registered nurses, advanced nurse practitioners, and clinical nurse managers
Nurse2B F 1
Nurse3B F 2
Nurse4B F 7
Nurse5B M 6
Nurse6B F 4
Medic1B F 7 Sample comprised of senior physicians
Medic2B F 4
Support Staff1B M 1 Sample encompassed the views of healthcare assistants
AHP1B F 6 Sample contained various disciplines from the field of allied health
AHP2B F 4
AHP3B F 1