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Table 1 (abstract O43). Stakeholder-driven data collection plan for the implementation study: assessment objectives, data, instruments, timeline and participants

From: Proceedings from the 2nd Annual UK Implementation Science Research Conference, 'Advancing the science of scaling up: Improving efficiency and effectiveness of implementation strategies in healthcare': meeting abstracts

# Study outcomes Definition of the study outcome Data type Data collection method Measurement time-point Stakeholder groups*
IMPLEMENTATION OUTCOMES:
1. Acceptability [8] Extent to which programme is perceived to be agreeable and acceptable for hypoglycaemia and diabetes management. Quantitative AIM† survey Post-intervention HCPs, people with T1D and their relatives
Qualitative Interview Post-intervention
2. Appropriateness [8] Extent to which programme is perceived to be fit and relevant for hypoglycaemia and diabetes management. Quantitative IAM‡ survey Post-intervention HCPs, people with T1D and their relatives
Qualitative Interview Post-intervention
3. Feasibility [8] Extent to which programme can be successfully used or carried out to reduce incidents of severe hypoglycaemia. Quantitative FIM§ survey Post-intervention HCPs, people with T1D and their relatives
Qualitative Interview Post-intervention
4. Fidelity of delivery [8] Extent to which programme is delivered as intended. Quantitative Checklist Post-intervention Diabetes educators and psychologists
5. Fidelity of receipt [8] Extent to which programme is received as intended. Qualitative Interview Post-intervention People with T1D
6. Adoption [8] Intention to adopt and use the knowledge and skills learned in the programme in everyday hypoglycaemia and diabetes management. Qualitative Interview Post-intervention HCPs, people with T1D and their relatives
7. Sustainability [8,12] Facilitators and barriers to sustained use of the programme. Qualitative Interview Post-intervention HCPs, people with T1D and their relatives
8. Implementation costs [8,12] Costs associated with prospective implementation of the programme. Qualitative Interview Post-intervention HCPs, people with T1D and their relatives
OTHER OUTCOMES:
9. Unintended consequences of programmes [9] Positive or negative consequences that are not anticipated at the time of programme implementation. Qualitative Interview Post-intervention HCPs, people with T1D and their relatives
10. Contextual factors [9] Facilitators and barriers to the implementation of the programme. Qualitative Interview Post-intervention HCPs, people with T1D and their relatives
11. Implementation strategies [11] Strategies used to deliver and implement the programme; they refer to methods or techniques to enhance and promote adoption, implementation and sustainability of the programme. Qualitative Interview Post-intervention HCPs
  1. Note. *HCPs = Health Care Professionals incl. diabetes educator, physician, psychologist, and administrative support. †AIM = Acceptability of Intervention Measure [12]; ‡IAM = Intervention Appropriateness Measure [12]; §FIM = Feasibility of Intervention Measure [12]