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Table 4 Systemic role of the factors based on the P-Value and Q-Value extracted from the workshop during September 2019

From: Systemic factors for enhancing intersectoral collaboration for the operationalization of One Health: a case study in India

Active–passive Q-value Critical-buffering P-value
Highly active Highly critical
(2) Building trust 2.67 (10) Strengthening surveillance system 1120
(12) Relationship among actors 2.50 (5) Adequate human resources 1116
Active (6) Capacity building 884
(3) Motivation for teamwork 1.67 (13) Common platform 805
(1) Leadership quality 1.67 (7) Shared vision and objectives 800
Slightly active (4) Adequate knowledge 759
(4) Adequate knowledge 1.43 (14) Structured guidelines/policy 750
Neutral (11) Coordinating roles 735
(18) Smart technology 1.21 Critical
(16) Specific budget head 1.13 (15) Political will 600
(15) Political will 1.04 (16) Specific budget head 598
(10) Strengthening surveillance system 0.91 (1) Leadership quality 540
(5) Adequate human resources 0.86 (8) Improving decision-making capacity 522
(14) Structured guidelines/policy 0.83 Slightly critical
(17) Community participation 0.81 (9) Improving laboratory capacity 400
(7) Shared vision and objectives 0.78 (2) Building trust 384
(6) Capacity building 0.76 (3) Motivation for teamwork 375
Slightly passive (12) Relationship among actors 360
(13) Common platform 0.66 Neutral
(9) Improving laboratory capacity 0.64 (18) Smart technology 238
(8) Improving decision-making capacity 0.62 Slightly buffering
(11) Coordinating roles 0.60 (17) Community participation 208
  1. Q-Value = ASi/PSi; P-value = ASi*PSi
  2. Q-value ranges: highly active (Q > 2.25), active (1.60 < Q > 2.25). moderately active (1.30 < Q > 1.60). neutral (0.75 < Q > 1.30), moderately reactive (0.60 < Q > 0.75), reactive (0.45 < Q > 0.60)., highly reactive (Q < 0.45)
  3. P-value ranges: highly critical (P > 2.5a), critical (1.70a < P > 2.5a), moderately critical (1.20a < P > 1.70a), neutral (0.80a < P > 1.20a), moderately buffering (0.51a < P > 0.80a), buffering (0.16a < P > 0.50a), and highly buffering (P < 0.16a); where a = (n-1), n number of factors