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Table 4 Summary of primary content – 1:1 interviews & focus groups

From: British Columbia Healthy Connections Project process evaluation: a mixed methods protocol to describe the implementation and delivery of the Nurse-Family Partnership in Canada

Primary Content (1:1 Interviews & Focus Groups) Public Health Nurses (Expanded & Basic Process Evaluation) Supervisors (+Provincial Coordinator) Managers
Interview 1 • Geographic influences (rural, remote, urban) on service delivery • Role of the NFP Provincial Coordinator • Role of the Health Authority Manager responsible for the NFP program/BCHCP
• NFP PHN Education (core, IPV, DANCE, integration) • NFP planning and implementation phase • Acceptability of the NFP program
• Fidelity to model elements • NFP model elements – acceptability and feasibility • NFP planning phase
• Enrolment of women into the PE • NFP implementation phase
• NFP acceptability
Interview 2 • Contextual factors influencing introduction of the NFP into the community • NFP PHN Education (core, IPV, DANCE, supervisor, integration) • Role of the Health Authority Manager responsible for the NFP program/BCHCP
• Client engagement • Acceptability of the NFP program • Organizational implementation of NFP
• Acceptability of the NFP program
Interview 3 • Supervision • Implementation and delivery of the NFP • Role of the Health Authority Manager responsible for the NFP program/BCHCP
• Intersection between public health & child welfare services • Supervision • Organizational implementation of NFP
• Assessment of ongoing NFP implementation and delivery
Interview 4 • Clinical practice • Community collaboration • Role of the Health Authority Manager responsible for the NFP program/BCHCP
• Personal and professional impact of home • NFP community advisory board • Organizational implementation of NFP
• visiting vulnerable families
• Review of social, geographic and other contextual factors influencing NFP delivery
Interview 5 • Intimate partner violence • Supervisor role • Role of the Health Authority Manager responsible for the NFP program/BCHCP
• Maintenance of the nurse-client relationship • BCHCP Implementation • Organizational implementation of NFP
Interview 6 • Mental health • NFP staffing Not applicable
  • Substance use • Supporting PHNs to work with clients experiencing mental health or substance abuse
Interview 7 • Public health professional nursing practice issues • Assessment of ongoing fidelity to NFP model elements Not applicable
• Assessment of ongoing NFP delivery
Interview 8 • Saying good-bye/disengagement process from clients • Assessment of overall experiences delivering NFP Not applicable
• Overall NFP experience