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Table 2 Overview of the process evaluation involving process outcomes and barriers and facilitators, targeted groups and data collection methods

From: Evaluation and implementation of highly challenging balance training in clinical practice for people with Parkinson’s disease: protocol for the HiBalance effectiveness-implementation trial

Process outcomesa Targeted groups Method of data collection
Fidelity Patient training diaries/attendance
Physical therapist trainers sessions plans
Assessment of group training protocols
Focus group interviews
Dose Physical therapist trainers (dose provided)
Participants with PD
(dose received)
Assessment of group training protocols
Assessment of attendance at group training/home training protocols
Recruitment Physical therapist trainers Study logs and focus group interviews
Reach Participants with PD Study logs
Barriers and facilitatorsb Targeted groups Method of data collection
Knowledge and beliefs about the program
Relative advantage of the program
Need for adaptability of the program
Self-efficacy to train patients according to the programs core components
Perceived complexity/difficulty of implementing the program in everyday practice
Physical therapist trainers Focus group interviews
Patients need and resources
Knowledge and beliefs about the balance program
Perceived complexity of performing the training
Participants with PD Structured questionnaire
  1. aGuided UK Medical research council guidelines. bGuided by constructs defined by Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research