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Table 1 Characteristics of participants (n = 26) and practices (n = 19)

From: Exploring why a complex intervention piloted in general practices did not result in an increase in chlamydia screening and diagnosis: a qualitative evaluation using the fidelity of implementation model

Participant characteristic Variable Number of participants
Job Role GP 9
Practice Nurse 13
Practice Manager 3
Receptionist 1
Gender Male 5
Female 23
Age 30–40 3
41–50 6
51–60 6
Unknown or did not wish to declare 11
Treating young people or providing sexual health services None 7
Some 6
Heavily involved 13
Practice characteristic Variable Number of participants
Local Authority Devon 3
Kingston 4
Luton 2
North Somerset 5
York and North Yorkshire 10
Lincolnshire 2
Phase of implementation (stepped wedge design) [15] 1 4
2 19
3 3
Enhanced service Yes 14
No 8
Unknown 4
Chlamydia testing rate higher than England median (pre-intervention) Yes 19
No 7
Number of GPs employed 2–5 8
6–10 5
11–15 4
16+ 9