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Table 2 RE-AIM-based measures of MISSION-Vet service delivery

From: Using Getting To Outcomes to facilitate the use of an evidence-based practice in VA homeless programs: a cluster-randomized trial of an implementation support strategy

RE-AIM domain RE-AIM indicator RE-AIM indictor definition
Adoption Percent of case managers tried MISSION-Vet The percent of consented case managers who entered at least one MISSION-Vet note
Reach Percent of case managers who delivered: The number of unique DRT and Peer sessions received divided by the total number available (13 DRT + 11 peer sessions = 24 available MISSION-Vet sessions)
 any MISSION-Vet sessions
 10% of MISSION-Vet sessions
 25% of MISSION-Vet sessions
 50% of MISSION-Vet sessions
Implementation Percent Received workbook The percentage of Veterans whom had at least one MISSION-Vet CPRS note stating they were given a MISSION-Vet workbook
DRT sessions done
 Number The number of unique DRT sessions given to the Veteran divided by the total possible number of unique DRT sessions (i.e., 13)
 Percent The number of unique DRT sessions given to the Veteran
Self-guided exercises done
 Number The number of unique self-guided exercises given to the Veteran
 Percent The number of unique self-guided exercises given to the Veteran divided by the total possible number of unique self-guided exercises (i.e., 7)
Peer sessions done
 Number The number of unique peer sessions given to the Veteran
 Percent The number of unique peer sessions given to the Veteran divided by the total possible number of unique peer sessions (i.e., 11)
Number of referrals The number of unique referral categories (co-occurring, mental health, substance abuse, psychiatric, trauma, housing, vocational, Veteran, medical, and justice,) to which a referral was indicated. Unique referral categories were used rather than absolute number of referrals because review of the data made it clear the staff were frequently reporting the same referral on multiple notes.