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Table 3 Adoption and reach of MISSION-Vet by study group

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

  Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 All team
GTO IU GTO IU GTO IU GTO IU
Adoption
 % CM tried MISSION (n) 100* (6) 0 (8) 92* (13) 0 (8) 39 (18) 0 (6) 68* (37) 0 (22)
Reach
 Eligible Veteransa, n 236 151 271 210 489 206 996 567
 Received any MISSION-Vet sessions, % (n) 11.4* (27) 0 10.0* (27) 0 3.3 (16) 0 7.0* (70) 0
 Received 10% of MISSION-Vet sessionsb, % (n) 7.2* (17) 0 7.4* (20) 0 2.9 (14) 0 5.1* (51) 0
 Received 25% of MISSION-Vet sessionsb, % (n) 5.5* (13) 0 4.8* (13) 0 2.2 (11) 0 3.7* (37) 0
 Received 50% of MISSION-Vet sessionsb, % (n) 2.5 (6) 0 1.5 (4) 0 1.4 (7) 0 1.7* (17) 0
  1. aEligible Veterans were considered those who had a case manager consented into the study
  2. bThis is calculated by summing the number of unique DRT and peer sessions received by the total number available (13 DRT + 11 peer sessions = 24 available MISSION sessions)
  3. *Comparison with IU group is significant at the p < .05 level based on Fisher’s exact test and Bonferroni-adjusted p values