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Table 3 Implementation scores for each project component and reasons for not having implemented them

From: The impact of disseminating the whole-community project '10,000 Steps': a RE-AIM analysis

Project component Implementation score on 100 (mean ± SD) z-score Three most mentioned reasons for not having implemented the component (% of organizations)*
Sale or loan of pedometers 90.5 ± 30.7 1.33  
Organization of community events 87.5 ± 34.2 1.22  
Dissemination of information using variants of flyers 76.2 ± 34.0 0.82  
Use of the media to promote '10,000 Steps' 64.3 ± 42.3 0.39  
Use of the '10,000 Steps' website 52.4 ± 51.2 -0.04  
Initiation of partnerships with local authorities and other associations 37.5 ± 45.5 -0.57 No time (36%) No added value for the project (27%) Not relevant to our core business (27%)
Use of posters in public places 35.7 ± 45.1 -0.63 Need for more information with regard to content or support (55%) Not relevant to our core business (45%) Still considering implementation (9%)
Use of street signs or other strategically placed objects in the street scene 19.0 ± 37.0 -1.23 Need for more information with regard to content or support (55%) Not relevant to our core business (45%) Too expensive (9%)
Wide-ranging personal contact with citizens 17.2 ± 28.5 -1.30 No time (33%) Not relevant to our core business (33%) Too expensive (17%)
Global implementation score (median) 52.4   
  1. * This is only indicated for components with mean implementation scores < 50 on 100