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Table 3 Implementation outcomes investigated by research studies and addressed/recommended in government and organizational documents

From: Pediatric eMental healthcare technologies: a systematic review of implementation foci in research studies, and government and organizational documents

Author (year, country) Implementation outcome investigated
Acceptability Adoption Appropriateness Cost Feasibility Fidelity Penetration Sustainability
Research studies
Hetrick et al. (2015, AUS) [62]        
Gonzales et al. (2014, USA) [45]        
Reuland et al. (2014, USA) [48]       
Gladstone et al. (2014, USA) [49]        
Eisen et al. (2013, USA) [50]        
Fothergill et al. (2013, USA) [52]        
Han et al. (2013, USA) [53]       
Salloum et al. (2013, USA) [56]        
Branson et al. (2013, USA) [46]      
Ahmad et al. (2012, CAN) [63]         
Merry et al. (2012, NZ) [64]        
Murphy et al. (2011, USA) [57]         
Iloabachie et al. (2011, USA) [51]        
Diamond et al. (2010, USA) [54]        
Fein et al. (2010, USA) [55]         
Pretorious et al. (2010, UK) [59]        
Stallard et al. (2010, UK) [61]         
Horwitz et al. (2008, USA) [58]        
John et al. (2007, USA) [47]        
Hanley et al. (2006, UK) [60]         
  Implementation outcome addressed/recommended
Government and organizational documents
Reach Out (2015, AUS) [37]       
eMHA (2014, AUS) [43]   
NCCMH (2014, UK) [39]       
MHCC (2014, CAN) [17]  
Sax (2014, AUS) [38]   
MHN (2014, UK) [42]     
OCE (2013, CAN) [40]   
GGZ (2013, AUS) [41]         
DHA (2011, AUS) [44]  
  1. OCE Ontario Centre of Excellence, eMHA e-Mental Health Alliance, NCCMH National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health, MHCC Mental Health Commission of Canada, MHN Mental Health Network, GGZ Geestelijke gezondheidszorg, DHA Department of Health and Ageing