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Table 2 The process evaluation plan, process questions, data sources and collection methods

From: Study Protocol - Alcohol Management Plans (AMPs) in remote indigenous communities in Queensland: their impacts on injury, violence, health and social indicators and their cost-effectiveness

Topics for measurement Process questions Types of data sources and collection
Evaluation of adherence to implementation of alcohol restrictions in Cape York communities
Content Was each of the components implemented as planned in each phase? Analysis of documents
Focus groups with stakeholders
Frequency/intensity/duration (dose delivered) Were the components implemented as often and for as long as planned? Analysis of documents
Focus groups with stakeholders
Coverage (reach) What proportion of the community population were exposed to or participated in the intervention delivery? Focus groups with stakeholders
Potential moderating factors  
Community responsiveness (dose received) How and to what extent did the community population engage with or circumvent the restrictions? Analysis of documents
Focus groups with stakeholders
Intervention complexity How complex are the restrictions? Reference group to evaluate
Comprehensiveness of intervention description and policy How specific is the description of the provisions of the alcohol restrictions? Reference group to evaluate
Strategies to facilitate implementation What strategies used and how were they perceived by community populations? Focus groups with stakeholders
Quality of delivery Rating of quality Focus groups with project workers
Recruitment or engagement What recruitment procedures were used to engage with community members and stakeholder groups? Focus groups with stakeholders
Context Did any factors external to the restrictions affect their implementation? Focus groups with project workers and stakeholders