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Table 4 The five RE-AIM (reach, efficacy/effectiveness, adoption, implementation, maintenance) dimensions and how these dimensions were planned to be measured through several components at different levels in the DAGIS intervention study

From: Development of the DAGIS intervention study: a preschool-based family-involving study promoting preschoolers’ energy balance-related behaviours and self-regulation skills

RE-AIM dimensions and the measured components Measured at preschool level (yes/no) Measured at parental level (yes/no) Measured at child level (yes/no)
 Inclusion criteria yes yes yes
 Exclusion criteria yes yes yes
 Sample size yes yes yes
 Participation rate yes yes yes
 Characteristics of nonparticipants yes no no
 Measures of outcomes for one follow-up yes yes yes
 Intention to treat analysis yes yes no
 Quality of life measure no no no
 Measure of robustness across subgroups (moderation analysis) yes yes yes
 Percent attrition yes yes yes
 Description of intervention location yes no no
 Description of staff who delivered intervention yes no no
 Level of expertise of delivery agent yes no no
 Adoption rate yes yes no
 Use of qualitative data to understand adoption yes no no
 Intervention type and intensity yes yes no
 Extent protocol delivered as intended yes yes no
 Consistency of implementation yes yes no
 Adoptions made to intervention during study yes no no
 Barriers for implementation yes yes no
 Use of qualitative data to understand implementation yes no no
 Program components continued at 6 months following the completion of the intervention yes no no
 Characteristics of those continuing the program components yes no no
 Program modifications after 6 months of completion of the intervention yes no no