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Table 1 Number of qualitative data sources used in the analysis from aross the three communities

From: Becoming our young people’s case managers: caregivers’ experiences, needs, and ideas for improving opioid use treatments for young people using opioids

Community N participants per community N small groups a N small group transcripts b N large group discussions & transcripts c N transcripts analysed N whiteboard images b
Prince George 6 2 6 3 9 6
Vancouver 8 3 9 3 12 9
Victoria 13 4 12 3 15 12
Total number 27 9 25 9 36 25
  1. aIndividual participants were separated into small discussion groups (akin to focus groups), ranging from 3 to 6 participants each
  2. bTranscripts/white board images were separated by workshop session, i.e., one transcript/white board image for each of the empathy, needs, and ideas sessions
  3. cOne large group discussion was carried out for each of the three workshop sessions