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Table 3 Characteristics of the developed action plans (n = 22)

From: Combining administrative data feedback, reflection and action planning to engage primary care professionals in quality improvement: qualitative assessment of short term program outcomes

Type of prevention:  
- Primarya 1 (4.5 %)
- Secondaryb 20 (91 %)
- Primary and secondary 1 (4.5 %)
Objectives of the action plan:  
- Improve systematic follow-up 5 (22.7 %)
- Improve medication compliance 5 (22.7 %)
- Improve service coordination/care pathway 4 (18.2 %)
- Encourage adoption of healthier lifestyle habits 3 (13,6 %)
- Improve retinopathy screening 2 (9,1 %)
- Increase use of multidisciplinary/community services 2 (9,1 %)
- Improve diabetes screening 1 (4,5 %)
Type of action plan:  
- Participant-ownedc 20 (91 %)
- Delegatedd 2 (9 %)
Targets interprofessional collaboration:  
- Yes 21 (95.5 %)
- No 1 (4.5 %)
  1. aPrimary prevention: Aimed at preventing diabetes. bSecondary prevention: Aimed at preventing diabetes-related complications. cParticipant-owned action plan: A plan in which the actions required can be carried out by the project developers. dDelegated action plan: A plan in which the actions required must be carried out by another party. In other words, the execution or not of the project is not the plan developers’ responsibility