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Table 2 Summary of key findings under interpersonal level

From: Barriers and facilitators to implementation, uptake and sustainability of community-based health insurance schemes in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review

Interpersonal-level factors Number and type of studies a Reported as barriers Reported as facilitators Related to b
Implementation Uptake Sustainability
Household size N = 10
Qualitative (1); Cross-sectional (6); Mixed (2); Case study (1)
N = 6
[35, 54, 62, 64, 65, 67]
N = 4
[33, 40, 45, 70]
  X X
Household head characteristic N = 6
RCT (1); Cross-sectional (5)
N = 3
[53, 64, 65]
N = 3
[33, 37, 72]
  X X
Peer influence N = 4
Qualitative (1); Cross-sectional (1); Mixed (2)
N = 4
[36, 43, 45, 58]
  X X
Social solidarity N = 8
Cross-sectional (3); Mixed (4); Case study (1)
N = 1
[58]
N = 7
[33, 41, 56, 63, 67, 68, 73]
  X  
  1. a Some of the studies included both barriers and facilitators
  2. b X symbol denotes whether the factor relates to implementation, uptake or sustainability