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Table 3 Post evaluation of The Essentials program (N = 1010)

From: Evaluating the effectiveness of an evidence-based online training program for health professionals in eating disorders

  n %
Expectation met
 Yes 978 96.83
 No 32 3.17
Relevance to practice   
 Entirely relevant 585 61.77
 Partially relevant 356 37.59
 Not relevant 6 0.63
Satisfaction with the program
 Very satisfied 414 43.72
 Satisfied 443 46.78
 Neither satisfied or unsatisfied 33 14.46
 Unsatisfied 1 0.11
 Very unsatisfied 56 5.91
Meeting learning needs
 Very well 463 48.89
 Reasonably well 450 47.52
 Neither 21 2.22
 Not that much 11 1.16
 Not at all 2 0.21
Improvement in current practice
 Definitely 562 59.35
 Somewhat 332 35.06
 Neither 23 2.43
 Not that much 27 2.85
 Not at all 3 0.32
Usefulness of the components
 Written text useful 816 97.61
 Required reading useful 709 84.80
 Videos useful 786 94.02
 Activities useful 778 93.07
 Quizzes useful 769 91.99
 Role plays useful 758 90.67
Recommending to other clinicians
 Yes 807 99.14
 No 7 0.86
  1. Notes: 1010 participants completed the online training program evaluation. For usefulness of the components, the component was defined as useful if participants indicated “very useful” or “somewhat useful”