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Table 1 Study overview – frameworks, methods, tools, participants, and repeats

From: Study protocol: evaluation of a community health promotion program in a socioeconomically deprived city district in the Netherlands using mixed methods and guided by action research

Research question Framework Methods Tools Participants Repeats
RQ1.
Perceptions
SPT
RPM
Interviews
Photography
Focus groups
Photovoice [67, 68]
100 inhabitants
32–40 inhabitants
1
2
RQ2.
Participation
SPT Literature study
Interviews
Questionnaire
Document analysis
Pretty’s participation ladder [34]
Empowerment checklist [74]
Health literacy
questionnaire (HLS-EU-Q) [71]
100 inhabitants 2
RQ3.
Mechanisms
HALL Framework Document analysis
Interviews
Checklist
Coordinated action
checklist [48]
Participatory network mapping tool (PNMT) [60]
Network analysis tool [60]
12 professionals
6–8 network partners
3
3
RQ4.
Overall impact
Logic Model Literature study
Questionnaire
Interviews
Document analysis
Activities database
Photovoice [67, 68]
Citizens’ survey (2 yearly) [16]
Health monitor (4 yearly) [76]
32–40 inhabitants
Representative sample of 600 inhabitants
1
2
3
  1. Abbreviations: HALL Healthy Alliance, HLQ Health Literacy Questionnaire, RPM Reasonable Person Model, PNMT Participatory network mapping tool, RQ Research Question, SES Socioeconomic Status, SPT Social Practice Theory, VoM Voorstad on the Move