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Table 4 RE-AIM framework and Data Collection

From: Collaborative model of care between Orthopaedics and allied healthcare professionals in knee osteoarthritis (CONNACT): study protocol for an effectiveness-implementation hybrid randomized control trial

Dimension Definition Data Collection
Reach The absolute number, proportion, and representativeness of individuals who are willing to participate in a given initiative, intervention, or program. CONSORT flow Eligibility Log and reasons for non-participation Reasons for withdrawals Qualitative methods
Effectiveness The impact of an intervention on important outcomes, including potential negative effects, quality of life, and economic outcomes. Primary and secondary outcomes Adverse outcomes Economic Evaluation
Adoption The absolute number, proportion, and representativeness of settings and intervention agents (people who deliver the program) who are willing to initiate a program. Qualitative Methods with Healthcare Professionals
Implementation At the setting level, implementation refers to the intervention agents’ fidelity to the various elements of an intervention’s protocol, including consistency of delivery as intended and the time and cost of the intervention. At the individual level, implementation refers to clients’ use of the intervention strategies. Compliance (attendance logs, SIRAS, exercise adherence questionnaire) Process evaluation through Qualitative methods
Maintenance The extent to which a program or policy becomes institutionalized or part of the routine organizational practices and policies. Within the RE-AIM framework, maintenance also applies at the individual level. At the individual level, maintenance has been defined as the long-term effects of a program on outcomes after 6 or more months after the most recent intervention contact. 12-month outcome measures Process evaluation through Qualitative methods