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Table 2 Reach and implementation outcomes from Project HEAL churches

From: Adoption, reach, and implementation of a cancer education intervention in African American churches

Outcome Overall (n = 14a) M (SD) Traditional (n = 8) M (SD) Technology-based (n = 6) M (SD) p value Level of analysis
Reach
 % enrolled/eligible participants per church 33.31 (22.72) 43.23 (26.51) 21.74 (9.87) .082 Participant
Implementation—adherence
 Spacing of WS in days (expected: ≤ 30 days) 38.00 (30.55) 42.38 (40.74) 32.17 (5.60) Church
 Time to complete WS series in days (expected: 60 days) 75.71 (60.89) 84.38 (81.21) 64.17 (11.21) Church
 CHA attendance per church (range = 0–6) 5.93 (0.27) 5.88 (0.35) 6.00 (0.00) CHA
 Workshop scheduling date (range = 3–9) 5.21 (2.69) 6.00 (2.78) 4.17 (2.40) Church
Implementation—dosage
 # sessions attended (range = 1–3) 1.83 (0.28) 1.74 (0.17) 1.97 (0.34) .127 Participant
 % participants per church enrolled at WS 1 (range = 0–100) 70.84 (14.35) 66.22 (10.71) 77.00 (17.19) .173 Participant
 Educational booklets received (range = 1–4) 3.16 (0.88) 3.10 (0.90) 3.25 (0.86) .250 Participant
 All slides covered (range = 1–3) 2.86 (0.39) 2.92 (0.24) 2.79 (0.54) CHA
Implementation—quality
 Recommend becoming a CHA (range = 1–4) 3.83 (0.39) 3.77 (0.44) 3.90 (0.32) CHA
 Recommend Project HEAL to men and women in my church (range = 1–4) 3.96 (0.21) 3.92 (0.28) 4.00 (0.00) CHA
 Participant recruitment by CHAs (max = 39) 19.40 (9.43) 19.13 (11.13) 19.80 (6.65) CHA
 Participant engagement (range = 1–4) 3.70 (0.22) 3.65 (0.25) 3.75 (0.19) CHA
 CHA engagement (range = 1–4) 3.53 (0.35) 3.50 (0.24) 3.57 (0.48) CHA
 CHA presentation competence (range = 1–4) 3.53 (0.35) 3.47 (0.37) 3.60 (0.33) CHA
  1. Notes: Statistical comparisons were only completed for participant-level data due to sample size
  2. CHA community health advisor, WS workshop
  3. aDue to church dropout, only 14 churches were included in analyses