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Fig. 1 | BMC Primary Care

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From: Description of organizational and clinician characteristics of primary dementia care in Canada: a multi-method study

Fig. 1

Radar plots for each questionnaire evaluating the organizational and clinical characteristics. 1A Organizational scores from Dementia Specific Organizational Characteristics Questionnaire. Footnote: The axis increases from the center of the axis (zero) to the circumference of the plot (100). Higher scores signify better alignment with good practices in dementia primary care. 1B Organizational scores from Primary Care Organizational Characteristics Questionnaire. Footnote: The axis increases from the center of the axis (zero) to the circumference of the plot (100). A higher score means a higher conformity to An Ideal Type of Primary Care. 1C Clinician scores from the physician questionnaire. Footnote: The axis increases from the center of the axis (zero) to the circumference of the plot (100). A higher score indicated higher physician KAP towards dementia. 1D Clinician scores from the nurse questionnaire. Footnote: The axis increases from the center of the axis (zero) to the circumference of the plot (100). A higher score indicated higher nurse KAP towards dementia

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