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Table 1 RE-AIM dimensions, measures and assessments

From: Implementing internet- and tele-based interventions to prevent mental health disorders in farmers, foresters and gardeners (ImplementIT): study protocol for the multi-level evaluation of a nationwide project

Dimension Measure Source Assessment type Time point
REACH (individual level) Number and characteristics of potentially eligible insured individuals SVLFG Routine data 18 m
Exclusion, referral und uptake rates;
Completer rating from clinician’s judgement (Helping Alliance Questionnaire)
GET.ON Institute / IVPNetworks / SVLFG;
GET.ON and IVP coaches
Reportings;
Online-Assessment
Every 3 months;
after participant is defined as (non-) completer
Estimated number of people exposed to the recruitment, recruitment response rate in general as well as specific recruiting strategies GET.ON Institute / IVPNetworks / SVLFG Reportings Every 3 months
Representativeness of participants compared to eligible insured individuals and interested, but not participating insured persons SVLFG Routine data 18 m
EFFECTIVENESS (individual level) Depressive symptoms (Patient Health Questionnaire 9), perceived stress (Perceived Stress Scale 4), generalised anxiety disorder (Generalised Anxiety Disorder 7 scale), somatisation (Somatic Symptom Scale 8), health-related quality of life (Assessment of Quality of Life 4D), subjective capacity to work (Subjective Prognostic Employment Scale) Insured person Online-assessment T0-T2a
Patient satisfaction (Client Satisfaction Questionnaire adapted for internet interventions), side effects (Assessment of Negative Effects of Psychotherapy) Insured person Online-assessment T1a
ADOPTION (organisational level) Number, proportion and characteristics of involved employees per organisation, characteristics of federal states and rollout areas, characteristics of insured persons and type of agricultural holding GET.ON Institute / IVPNetworks / SVLFG Sociodemographics of employees, routine data R0b
Continuous
IMPLEMEN-TATION (individual + organisational level) Characteristics of the interventions:
- Adaptations (TIDieR checklist) GET.ON Institute / IVPNetworks Reportings Mid and end of the project
- Usage of the intervention (e.g. adherence, duration and frequency of contacts) GET.ON Institute / IVPNetworks Reportings Continuous
 - Credibility (Credibility Expectancy Questionnaire) and perceived (dis-)advantages SVLFG staff- participants Online-assessment R0 / R1 / R2 / R3b
- Costs for the intervention SVLFG Reportings Every 3 months
Outer Setting:
Acceptance, relevance, utility Insured person
GET.ON Institute / IVPNetworks
Online-assessment
Interviews
Reportings (e.g. adherence)
T1a,
T1a
Continuous
Inner Setting:
 - Leadership support (Implementation Leadership Scale) SVLFG staff-participants Online-assessment R0 / R1b
 - Organisational willingness to change (Organisational Readiness for Implementing Change questionnaire) SVLFG staff-participants, implementation team Online-assessment R0 / R1 / R2 / R3b
Characteristics of individuals:
 - Degree of normalisation (NoMAD) SVLFG staff-participants Online-assessment R0 / R1 / R2 / R3b
 - Determinants of Behavioural Change (Discriminant Content Validation of the TDF Questionnaire) SVLFG staff-participants) Online-assessment R1b
 - Barriers and facilitating factors at the consultations SVLFG staff-participants Focus groups 11/2017–02/2019
Process:
 - Evaluation of the implementation process (e.g. implementation activities, barriers and facilitating factors) Implementation team Interview Every 6 months
- Dissemination activities SVLFG Reportings Every 3 months
- Usage by employees SVLFG staff-participants Reportings Every 3 months
- Implementation costs SVLFG Reportings Every 3 months
MAINTENANCE (individual + organisatonal level) Sustainability of interventions (effectiveness) Insured Online-Assessment T2a
Referrals back to SVLFG and use of further offers GET.ON Institute / IVPNetworks / SVLFG Reportings Continous
Evaluation of the current implementation and further use of the technologies SVLFG staff-participants Online-assessment R3b
Sustainability of implementation (referral and uptake rates) GET.ON Institute / IVPNetworks / SVLFG Reportings R3b
  1. Notes
  2. atime of insured-assessment depends on the date of intervention start
  3. btime of employee-assessment depends on the date of the rollout in the specific area
  4. Abbreviation: m month
  5. Assessments: T0 (pre intervention), T1 (3 months after starting the internet-based training / 6 months after starting the tele-based intervention), T2 (12 months after starting the intervention)
  6. Rollout: R0 (rollout start), R1 (6 months after rollout), R2 (12 months after rollout), R3 (18 months after rollout)