Funding for this research was provided by:
Dutch Organization for Health Research and Development (313010401)
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Received: 8 February 2018
Accepted: 9 January 2019
First Online: 25 January 2019
Ethics approval and consent to participate
: The ethics committee of the University Medical Center Groningen evaluated the study in May 2010, assessed the SMW intervention as ‘care as usual’ and indicated that it did not fall under the Medical Research Involving Human Subjects Act [reference number METc 2010.140]. The study was performed according to the Helsinki declaration, with data collection based on a written collaboration contract with the adopting organizations, which included participation in the implementation study. Professionals signed up for the SMW training individually by means of a standard registration form, also containing contact details. Professionals gave consent for participation in the implementation study by filling out the digital questionnaires. Managers gave verbal consent when they were contacted by telephone for the interviews, and were asked permission for the interviews to be tape-recorded.
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