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Table 3 Organisational roles and responsibilities, as described by interviewees

From: Stakeholder perspectives on the effectiveness of the Victorian Salt Reduction Partnership: a qualitative study

Organisation Roles and responsibilities
VicHealth VicHealth has clearly set direction and part of the reason we’ve had that role is because we have funded the implementation. (Member 11: SP, I, R)
Heart Foundation Heart Foundation was awarded a contract by VicHealth to deliver three areas of the intervention, being consumer awareness, advocacy and industry engagement (Member 21: SP, I)
The George Institute The George Institute was engaged for strategic advice and also as a research partner and subsequently built an NHMRC partnership grant around the work which the partners were engaged on (Member 13: SP)
As we move forward, we have been supporting the Heart Foundation in terms of the intervention’s strategy. (Member 2: SP, I, R)
IPAN at Deakin University Much of our work has been collecting that baseline and end data for surveys in regards to knowledge, attitudes and behaviours have shifted on salt consumption throughout after this intervention, as well as actual salt intake in children and adults. (Member 1: SP, R)
Department of Health and Human Services Victoria Providing strategic advice and promoting the project broadly… contributing funding… government rep. (Member 12: SP)
Other organisations on the Strategic Partnership Attend four meetings a year, we’re just looking for their input, looking for their contribution, looking for where they might be able to amplify communication messages (Member 11: SP, I, R)
All of the aspects of the partnership plan were developed through consultation with myself and the other strategic leaders. (Member 13: SP)