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Table 5 Ranked factors that could help sustain partnerships

From: Collaborative health research partnerships: a survey of researcher and knowledge-user attitudes and perceptions

Knowledge-usersRank 1Rank 2Rank 3Rank 4Rank 5Rank 6Total
Information for researchers and knowledge-users about how to successfully apply for grants7 (11.7%)13 (21.7%)13 (21.7%)9 (15%)16 (26.7%)2 (3.3%)60
Workshops or training modules for researchers and knowledge-users to increase relevant skills9 (15.3%)13 (22%)11 (18.6%)17 (28.8%)8 (13.6%)1 (1.7%)59
A matchmaking service for researchers and knowledge-users (so they can find each other)3 (5.1%)11 (18.6%)18 (30.5%)6 (10.2%)15 (25.4%)6 (10.2%)59
More time (longer grants) and/or more money to conduct this type of research31 (50%)9 (14.5%)8 (12.9%)10 (16.1%)3 (4.8%)1 (1.6%)62
Staff to work with funded teams to facilitate knowledge translation8 (12.5%)16 (25%)11 (17.2%)14 (21.9%)12 (18.8%)3 (4.7%)64
Other4 (16.7%)2 (8.3%)1 (4.2%)02 (8.3%)15 (62.5%)24