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Table 1 Description of selected articles

From: Transferability of interventions in health education: a review

Authors Year Using transferability term Types of articles Theme Detail
Zubrick[15] 2005 yes intervention mental health provides adaptation modalities
Belansky[16] 2006 yes intervention nutrition and physical activity provides adaptation modalities
Frijiling[48] 2003 no intervention cardiovascular diseases efficacy studies
Tsey[18] 2005 yes intervention global health provides adaptation modalities
Glasgow[26] 2004 no theoretical and/or methodological all themes about REAIM model/tool
Roush[17] 2009 yes theoretical and/or methodological all themes about RCT models and transferability factors
Rychetnik[19] 2002 yes theoretical and/or methodological all themes about transferability factors and quality of evidence
Wang[3] 2006 yes theoretical and/or methodological all themes about limits of RCT model and transferability factors
Heller[56] 2008 yes theoretical and/or methodological all themes about external validity
Zeicmeister[41] 2008 no theoretical and/or methodological mental health about limits of RCT model and need for qualitative evaluation
Blackstock[49] 2007 no intervention BPCO efficacy studies
Gray[50] 2000 no intervention alcohol efficacy studies
Malterud 2001[20] 2001 yes theoretical and/or methodological all themes about qualitative studies
Elford[21] 2003 yes theoretical and/or methodological HIV external validity, limits of RCT models, and transferability factors
Nielsen[51] 2008 no intervention nutrition efficacy studies
Glasgow[33] 2003 no intervention diabetes about process evaluation and use of RE-AIM model
Hautmann[52] 2008 no intervention mental health provides adaptation modalities
Flowers[22] 2002 yes intervention HIV efficacy studies
Cattan[23] 2005 yes review loneliness assesses the transferability of several studies
Victora[25] 2004 no theoretical and/or methodological all themes type of studies, limits of RCT models, dose-intervention and dose response
Estabrooks[28] 2003 no theoretical and/or methodological physical activity focuses on a tool to assess external validity : RE-AIM model/tool
Baranowski[31] 2000 no review nutrition analysis of intervention process, about qualitative evaluation
Buijs[32] 2003 no intervention global health and seniors analysis of intervention process, about qualitative evaluation
Glasgow[27] 2003 no theoretical and/or methodological all themes about RE-AIM model and contextual factors
Glasgow[55] 2006 yes theoretical and/or methodological all themes about RE-AIM model and contextual factors
Spoth[34] 2008 no theoretical and/or methodological global health, teenagers evidence-based public health and translational research
Klesges[35] 2008 no review obesity efficacy studies
Reinschmidt[40] 2010 no review diabetes accounting for adaptations of an experimental study
Lorig[53] 2004 no intervention patient education provides adaptation modalities
Perrin[45] 2006 no intervention patient education providing adaptation modalities
Kwak[36] 2005 no theoretical and/or methodological global health transferability factors, notably focused on participation rate
Cohen[29] 2008 no theoretical and/or methodological global health focuses on the RE-AIM model, types of adaptation, the need to drive evaluation in real settings
Card[46] 2009 no theoretical and/or methodological HIV describes adaptation process in seven steps
Feldstein[37] 2008 no theoretical and/or methodological all themes describes PRISM model to assess external validity
Bull[38] 2003 no review all themes uses RE-AIM model
Chen[30] 2009 no theoretical and/or methodological all themes limits of Campbellian model and RCT model
Stevens[24] 2001 yes review mental health provides adaptation modalities
Cuijpers[47] 2005 no theoretical and/or methodological all themes transferability factors
Mukoma[44] 2009 no intervention HIV process intervention
Eakin[39] 2002 no review obesity uses RE-AIM model
Rimer[42] 2001 no theoretical and/or methodological all themes evidence-based public health, limits of RCT models
Dzewaltowski[54] 2004 no theoretical and/or methodological physical activity describes interest of using REAIM model
Dzewaltowski[43] 2004 no theoretical and/or methodological all themes describes interest of using RE-AIM model