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Table 3 Profile of participants at the policy dialogue

From: Assessing the usefulness of policy brief and policy dialogue as knowledge translation tools towards contextualizing the accountability framework for routine immunization at a subnational level in Nigeria

Variable Freq (%)
n = 30
Gender  
Male 17 (56.7)
Female 13 (43.3)
Age category  
25–34 years 4 (13.3)
35–44 years 10 (33.3)
 ≥ 45 years 16 (53.3)
Marital status  
Single 2 (6.7)
Married 28 (93.3)
Highest educational qualification  
Senior secondary certificate of education (SSCE)/diploma 4 (13.3)
Bachelor’s 12 (40)
Master’s 10 (33.3)
PhD 4 (13.3)
Institutional affiliation  
Ebonyi State Primary Health Care Development Agency 9 (30.0)
State Ministry of Finance and Economic Development 5 (16.7)
Ebonyi State House of Assembly–House Committee on Health 3 (10.0)
Development partners 3 (10.0)
Civil society organizations 4 (13.3)
Media organizations 2 (6.7)
African Institute for Health Policy & Health Systems Studies 4(13.3)
Duration in position (frequency)  
 < 1 year 1 (3.3)
1–5 years 19 (63.3)
6–10 years 5 (16.7)
 ≥ 10 years 4 (13.3)
No answer 1 (3.3)
Level of operation (frequency)  
Primary 12 (40.0)
Secondary 2 (6.7)
Tertiary 8 (26.7)
No answer 8 (26.7)
Influence in policy-making (frequency)  
Direct 9 (30.0)
Indirect 17 (56.7)
No answer 4 (13.3)