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Table 1 P2P process evaluation items

From: Preventing tobacco in vocational high schools: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial of P2P, a peer to peer and theory planned behavior-based program

1. Did actions go according to plan? • Compliance with provided protocol
• Respect of schedule
• Running in intervention and control groups
• Several steps
• Step duration
• Completion of each step
• Measurement of deviation from the protocol
• Protocol drafting
• Organization of indicators continuous reporting
• Log book
• Schedule
2. Did actions mobilize participants? • Participation:
- Project’s Technical Committee
- Beneficiary peers
- Teaching peers
• Regular attendance
• Representativeness
• Attendance sheet
3. How did the actions take place in this context? • Network analysis:
- Members from the high school house of students
- High-school teachers
- Teaching peers
- Beneficiary peers
- Project’s technical committee
• Network density: number of contacts between members
• Centralization: marginal or not based on the member’s role
• Individual meetings with key program actors
• 3 evaluations (start, middle, and conclusion of the program)
4. How were the actions planned with the teaching peers? • Issues and assets when taking actions
• Teaching-peers needs
• Relationship with technical committee
• Teaching peers needs analysis (relevance)
• Adequacy of means to needs (consistency)
• Review of actions
• Interviews with the teaching peers at the end of first year and second year of the program
5. How can the P2P program induce changes in high schools? • Changes in the no smoking policy in high schools • Changes in the high school students environment • Number of changes
• Time-scale change (short term, long term)