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Table 2 Implementation science framework for JoL assessment

From: Protocol for a caregiver psychosocial support intervention for populations affected by displacement in Uganda

Construct Short Description Collection Method
Intervention characteristics
 Acceptability Define if the program feels acceptable to community stakeholders KII
Outer setting
 Needs & Resources Community needs and available supportive resources. KII
 Cosmopolitanism Organizational network and connections with other organizations. KII
Inner setting
 Culture Organizational norms, values, and customs. KII
 Feasibility Defining barriers and facilitators in order to address potential adaptions to the implementation strategy and manualized tools. KII
Characteristics of individuals
 Self-efficacy Belief in one’s own capabilities to execute the implementation plan. KII
 Attendance Track attendance at weekly sessions and reasons for not attending M&E
 Execution Delivering the program according to plan. KII
JoL Components
 Adaptations Tailoring the intervention to population and context specific needs. KII
 Group composition The composition of groups, including demographics of participants.  
 Space procurement The proposed location of the JoL groups. KII
 Scheduling The best time of day and/or day of the week to meet KII
 Attrition Barriers and facilitators to retention KII
 Fidelity Track fidelity to program components using observation checklists M&E