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Barrier Analysis Survey: Working Group Participation

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Barrier Analysis Survey: Working Group Participation

Mitzi Hanold, Food for the Hungry

SBC Working Group Showcase

CORE Group Spring Meeting, April 29, 2010

Published in: Health & Medicine

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  • 1. Mitzi Hanold, MPH Food for the Hungry
  • 2. Background:
    • Survey size: 40 respondents
    • Doer and Nondoer Analysis
      • Doers are those who have met in a working group 2 or more times in the last six months.
      • 14 Doers versus 26 Non-doers
    • Purpose: To find the reasons the help and/or hinder active participation and the advantages and disadvantages of participation.
  • 3. Significant Findings:
    • Doers were 5.6 times more likely to believe that NOT participating in a working group is a very serious or somewhat serious problem.
      • Help CORE members to understand the role of working groups and how they are instrumental in CORE’s survival.
    • Non-doers were more likely to believe that NOT participating in a working group would NOT have a negative impact on their organization.
      • Help CORE members to understand the value added of their participation and how it can positively impact their organization.
  • 4. Additional Findings (not ss)
    • Advantages of participating in WG:
    • Networking (OR = 3.00)
    • Things that make being an active member easier:
    • Greater involvement by others in working group; discreet tasks for each person. (OR = 4.80)
    • Regular meetings (OR = 4.80)
    • Doers were more likely to believe that their religious beliefs are in keeping with active participation in working groups. (OR = 3.41)
  • 5. Significant Findings
    • Doers were 5.1 times more likely to believe that they could be a working group member in the next year with their time, experience, skills and resources.
    • Non-doers were 10 times more likely to say that they were LURKERS/ Invisible men in the Working group.
      • Need to find a way to help people stop lurking and become visible and active!
    • To the person who wanted to be personally invited….