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Table 1 Overview of respondents and relevant data collection method

From: Different delivery mechanisms for insecticide-treated nets in rural Burkina Faso: a provider's perspective

Data collection method
(venue/facilitator/language)
Respondents
Focus group discussion (n = 1)
Nouna town/interviewers1/French
ICP2s of the CSPS3 intervention area A
Focus group discussion (n = 1)
Nouna town/interviewers/French
ICPs of the CSPS intervention area B
Focus group discussion (n = 1)
Nouna town/interviewers/French
Antenatal care providers4 of the CSPS intervention area A
Focus group discussion (n = 1)
Nouna town/interviewers/French
Antenatal care providers of the CSPS intervention area B
Individual interview (n = 1)
Nouna town/first author/French
District level pharmacist
Individual interview (n = 1)
Ouagadougou/first author/French
Director of PSI
Individual interview (n = 1)
Ouagadougou/first author/French
Two promoters of the PSI social marketing
Individual interview (n = 1)
Nouna//interviewer/Dioula5
Wholesaler in Nouna town
Individual interview (n = 3)
Village/interviewer/Dioula
Rural shopkeepers who agreed to sell Serena ITN
Individual interview (n = 3)
Village/interviewer/Dioula
Rural shopkeepers who did not agree to sell Serena ITN
Individual interview (n = 1)
Ouagadougou/first author/French
Director of PNLP6
  1. 1Interviewer refers here to trained interviewers of the CRSN
  2. 2ICP stands for Infirmier Chef de Poste, i.e. the head nurse in charge of the village-based first-line health care facility
  3. 3CSPS stands for Centre de Santé et Promotion Social, village-based first-line health care facilities
  4. 4The antenatal care provider differs from CSPS to CSPS. In some CSPS, antenatal care is provided by a midwife; in others, by the ICP himself; in others yet, by a lower level nurse
  5. 5Dioula is the local lingua franca
  6. 6PNLP stands for Programme National de Lutte contre le Paludisme, i.e. the National Malaria Programme