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Table 1 Process evaluation components and their definitions

From: Process evaluation of a participatory ergonomics programme to prevent low back pain and neck pain among workers

Component Definition
Recruitment - Number of intervention departments that agreed to participate
  - Number of working groups formed
  - Number of working group members recruited for additional ergocoach training
  - Number of workers who responded to the baseline questionnaire
Reach - Number of worksite visits by ergonomist
  - Number of working group members who attended working group meeting
  - Number of working group members who attended the Stay@Work ergocoach training
Fidelity - The extent to which the steps of the PE programme were delivered as intended
Satisfaction - Satisfaction of working group members towards the prioritised risk factors and ergonomic measures, the ergonomist's competences, and duration of the working group meeting
  - Satisfaction of working group members who followed the Stay@Work ergocoach training towards the course leader's competences, and the duration of the training
  - Satisfaction of workers at the department towards the perceived implemented ergonomic measures and towards the intervention method (PE) that was used to develop the ergonomic measures
Dose delivered - Perceived implementation of the ergonomic measures according to the implementers
Dose received - Perceived implementation of the prioritised ergonomic measures according to the workers at the departments
  - Workplace implementation of the prioritised ergonomic measures according to the workers at the departments