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Table 3 Proportion of interventions reporting RE-AIM dimensions and components

From: Is it time to RE-AIM? A systematic review of economic empowerment as HIV prevention intervention for adolescent girls and young women in sub-Saharan Africa using the RE-AIM framework

RE-AIM dimensions and components Reporting frequency (n = 25) Reporting proportion (%)
Reach
 Method to identify target population 24 96.0
 Inclusion criteria 16 64.0
 Exclusion criteria 3 12.0
 Sample size 25 100.0
 Participation rate 9 36.0
 Characteristics of participants 25 100.0
 Characteristics of non-participants 8 32.0
 Representativeness 18 72.0
aAverage of overall reach dimensions 16.00 64.00
Efficacy/effectiveness
 Measures/results for at least one follow-up 24 96.0
 Intent to treat utilized 5 20.0
 Quality-of-life measure 23 92.0
 Baseline activity measured 25 100.0
 Percent attrition 16 64.0
aAverage of overall efficacy/effectiveness dimensions 18.60 74.4
Adoption
 Description of intervention location 24 96.0
 Description of staff who delivered intervention 22 88.0
 Method to identify target delivery agent 16 64.0
 Level of expertise of delivery agent 19 76.0
 Adoption rate 3 12.0
aAverage of overall adoption dimensions 16.80 67.2
Implementation
 Intervention duration and frequency 25 100.0
 Extent protocol delivered as intended 0 0.0
 Measures of cost of implementation 3 12.0
aAverage implementation dimensions 9.33 37.3
Maintenance
Individual-level maintenance   
  Was individual behavior assessed ≥ 6 months post-intervention 23 92.0
  Was individual behavior assessed ≥ 24 months post-interventiona 3 12.0
  Was individual behavior assessed ≥ 48 months post-interventiona 4 16.0
Program-level maintenance
  Indicators of program continuation 2 8.0
  Some measure/discussion of alignment with organization/setting 1 4.0
aAverage of overall maintenance dimensions 6.60 26.4%
  1. aAverage percent for overall 26 components within each RE-AIM dimension. The proportions are based on the 25 unique interventions included in the Review. Components were included to ensure relevance with HIV prevention health behavior change