Foundations of Physical Activity and Health (HLTH 1044)
Intervention Report Outline
Copy and paste the following tables into the relevant sections of your intervention plan and complete with the required information.
Section 2: Socioecological factors
|Socioecological Model Layer||Barrier and short description||Facilitator and short description|
Section 4: Evaluation plan (RE-AIM)
|Component||Definition1 THIS COLUMN CAN BE DELETED IN YOUR ASSIGNMENT||What specific information/data will you collect?||How and when?|
|Reach Who will take part?||The absolute number, proportion, and representativeness of individuals who are willing to participate in a given initiative, intervention, or program, and reasons why or why not|
|Efficacy/ Effectiveness What results?||The impact of an intervention on important individual outcomes, including potential negative effects, and broader impact including quality of life and economic outcomes; and variability across subgroups (e.g. increase physical activity)|
|Adoption Where?||The absolute number, proportion, and representativeness of settings and intervention agents (people who deliver the program) who are willing to initiate a program, and why|
|Implementation Consistency of delivery||Fidelity to the various elements of an intervention’s key functions or components, including consistency of delivery as intended and the time and cost of the intervention. Also includes any adaptations made|
|Maintenance When?||The extent to which a program or policy becomes part of routine. At individual level, long-term effects on outcomes|
1 Glasgow RE, Harden SM, Gaglio B, Rabin B, Lee Smith M, Porter GC, Ory MG, Estabrooks PA. RE-AIM planning and evaluation framework: Adapting to new science and practice with a 20-year review. Front Public Health 2019; 7:64. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2019.00064
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