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Table 1 List of criteria and definitions

From: Evaluating the process of partnership and research in global health: reflections from the STRIPE project

Evaluation Criteria Definition
Access to resources Provision of support to allow teams to engage and meet expectations.
Expectation setting Creation of an agreed and clearly defined vision, objectives, and goals for the project.
Organizational context Culture, structures/systems, climate, and technology within an institution that influence the project, team members, or partnerships.
External context Characteristics of the external environment that may influence the project, team members, or partnerships.
Quality of information Adequacy, quality, and quantity of information provided
Relationship building Issues of social capital through new and existing social networks developed during the project (e.g. trust, reciprocity, collaboration).
Transparency Understanding how and why decisions are made; external - where process can be audited
Motivation Desire and willingness to engage with the project, team, and/or partnership
Scheduling The timeline and organization of project activities.
Adaptation The modification of project aspects and partnership engagement.
Communication and engagement The quality and flow of information within teams and to teams.
Capacity building Developing relationships and skills to enable teams to take part in future processes or projects.