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Table 1 Study data collection methods and sample size, April 2016—January 2017

From: An analytic perspective of a mixed methods study during humanitarian crises in South Sudan: translating facility- and community-based newborn guidelines into practice

Phase 1: Baseline
April – June 2016
Health facility assessment 5 health facilities
Time use observation 1163 observations
Clinical observation and exit interview Hospital: 159 mother-newborn pairs
PHCC: 201 mother-newborn pairs
In-depth interview 17 health workers
Self-administered knowledge questionnaire 127 health workers
Phase 2: Midline
July – November 2016
Health facility assessment 5 health facilities
In-depth interview 16 health workers
7 program managers
Focus group discussion 12 facility health worker groups
8 community health worker groups
Supply consumption 5 health facilities
3 community health program sites
Phase 3: Endline
November 2016 – January 2017
Health facility assessment 5 health facilities
Time use observation 565 observations
Clinical observation and exit interview Hospital: 106 mother-newborn pairs
PHCC: 127 mother-newborn pairs
In-depth interview 10 health workers
4 program managers
Focus group discussion 3 facility health worker groups
2 community health worker groups