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Table 2 Clinics and respondents recruited for the study

From: Experiences of accreditation impact in general practice – a qualitative study among general practitioners and their staff

Clinic Type of clinic GPs and staff in the clinic Respondents at the first interview Respondents at the second interview A priori attitude to accreditation (GPs)
1 Partnership 3 GPs, 1 nurse, 2 secretaries 2 GPs, 1 nurse, 1 secretary 1 GP, 1 nurse, 1 secretary Negative
2 Solo 1 GP, 2 nurses 1 GP, 2 nurses 1 GP, 2 nurses Positive
3 Partnership 3 GPs, 2 nurses, 3 secretaries 3 GPs, 2 nurses, 1 secretary 3 GPs, 2 nurses, 1 secretary Negative
4 Solo 1 GP, 1 biomedical laboratory scientist 1 GP, 1 biomedical laboratory scientist 1 GP, 1 biomedical laboratory scientist Positive
5 Solo 1 GP, 1 secretary 1 GP, 1 secretary 1 GP, 1 secretary N.A.
6 Partnership 3 GPs, 3 nurses, 1 secretary 3 GPs, 2 nurses, 1 secretary 3 GPs, 2 nurses, 1 secretary Positive
7 Solo 1 GP, 1 nurse 1 GP 1 GP Negative
8 Partnership 2 GPs, 2 nurses 2 GPs, 2 nurses 2 GPs, 2 nurses Negative
9a Partnership 2 GPs, 1 secretary 2 GPs Positive
10 Solo 1 GP, 1 nurse 1 GP, 1 nurse 1 GP, 1 nurse Negative
11 Solo 1 GP, 1 nurse 1 GP, 1 nurse 1 GP, 1 nurse Positive
12 Partnership 3 GPs, 2 nurses, 2 secretaries 3 GPs, 2 nurses 3 GPs, 2 nurses Negativeb
Positiveb
  1. aThe clinic was excluded from the study due to postponement of survey visit
  2. bTwo different GPs had answered the questionnaire