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Table 1 Interview guide aims and questions inspired by Krueger [28]

From: A peer learning intervention in workplace introduction - managers’ and new graduates’ perspectives

  Aim Questions
Opening questions Get everyone to talk Tell me about yourself?
What kind of unit are you a first-line manager at?
How common is the recruitment of new graduates at your unit?
Introductory questions Introduce the topic The introduction is a common concept of which you probably talk about when recruiting new graduates.
What do you, as first-line manager wants the workplace introduction leading to or having effects on?
Transition question Bring the discussion towards the key questions Recalling the first time you heard about peer learning during workplace introduction. What were your thoughts?
Key questions   What do you, as a first-line manager consider of importance for the intervention to be successful?
Do you experience any hindering factors? And if so, do you as a first-line manager have any facilities to manage these?
Tell me about any positive outcomes you experienced on the new graduates due to the intervention (reflection included).
Tell me about any negative outcomes you experienced on the new graduates due to the intervention (reflection included).
What advice would you give if you were involved in developing the peer learning introduction?
Ending questions Bring closure to the discussion and enabled participants to reflect on earlier comments. What are your thoughts about content in the future introduction program?
Is there anything you want to add that we have not talked about?