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Table 1 Descriptive characteristics of interview participants

From: Mechanisms of scaling up: combining a realist perspective and systems analysis to understand successfully scaled interventions

  Government (n = 3) Non-Government (n = 5) Academia (n = 11)
Age (range) 35–39 years (1)
55–59 years (1)
45–49 years (1)
30–34 years (1)
40–44 years (1)
45–49 years (1)
50–54 years (1)
60+ years (1)
30–34 years (1)
40–44 years (2)
45–49 years (4)
60+ years (4)
Sex Female (1)
Male (2)
Female (4)
Male (0)
Prefer not to say (1)
Female (10)
Male (1)
Time in organisation < 1 year (1)
1–5 years (2)
< 1 year (1)
1–5 years (3)
6–10 years (1)
< 1 year (1)
1–5 years (4)
6–10 years (2)
11–15 years (1)
16–20 years (1)
21–25 years (1)
> 25 years (1)
Time involved with intervention > 1 < 6 years (1)
≥ 6 < 10 years (2)
< 1 year (1)
≥ 1 < 6 years (2)
≥ 6 < 10 years (1)
Prefer not to say (1)
a < 1 < 6 years (9)
≥ 6 < 10 years (1)
≥ 10 < 15 years (1)
  1. aOne participant reported time involvement in date range (years) only; therefore 12 months involvement per year was assumed