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Table 4 Identifying need and involving stakeholder to inform the design of health promotion activities

From: Community education and health promotion activities of naturopathic practitioners: results of an international cross-sectional survey

Identification of need when designing activities Very important Somewhat important Not important
Expert advice and evidence about the health issues affecting the community (n = 672) 520 (77.4) 138 (20.5) 14 (2.1)
The health issues affecting your community compared to other populations (n = 661) 370 (56.0) 244 (36.9) 47 (7.1)
The health issues individuals in your community have said they need help with (n = 674) 536 (79.5) 125 (18.6) 13 (1.9)
The health issues you have identified based on the types of health services available to your community (n = 663) 461 (69.5) 183 (27.6) 19 (2.9)
Stakeholder involvement in activity design Very involved Somewhat involved Not at all involved
Individuals who you expect will benefit from the activity (n = 658) 284 (43.2) 290 (44.1) 84 (12.8)
Individuals involved in the delivery of the activity (n = 652) 224 (34.4) 313 (48.0) 115 (17.6)
Individuals without whom the activity would not be possible (n = 652) 246 (37.7) 279 (42.8) 127 (19.5)