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Table 3 RE-AIM measurement

From: Evaluation of scaling-up of HPV self-collection offered by community health workers at home visits to increase screening among socially vulnerable under-screened women in Jujuy Province, Argentina

RE-AIM dimension Question Outcome Value
Reach What are the characteristics of women reached by the strategy? Under-screened women with public health coverage with self-collected test (2014) 9.0%
Effectiveness Is the strategy effective to increase screening uptake in target population? Screened women from target population, post-intervention (2014) 44.3%
Screened women from target population, pre-intervention (2013) 32.1%
Target population with screening uptake, post-intervention (2014) 17.0%
Target population with screening uptake, pre-intervention (2013) 11.7%
Adoption Is the self-collection strategy accepted and adopted by CHWs? CHWs with at least one self-collected test registered in SITAM 69.3%
CHWs with at least one self-collected test in target population registered in SITAM 62.6%
CHWs that mentioned that they were satisfied with self-collection strategy 85.6%
Implementation To what extent the intervention was implemented as intended? Trained CHWs/total CHWs 84.2%
CHWs who reported at least one problem to obtain materials 20.7%
Discarded samples registered in lab records/total number of self-collected tests 0.9%
Follow-up in TP  
HPV+ with follow-up procedures 77.5%
Triage + women with colposcopy 66.4%
Women with CIN2+ with registered treatment 80.7%
Maintenance (1 year) Is it possible to sustain the intervention over time? Trained CHWs with at least one self-collected test registered in SITAM in 2015 63.8%
  1. TP target population, CHWs community health workers