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Process evaluation of a school based physical activity related injury prevention programme using the RE-AIM framework.
- Collard, D.C.M., Chinapaw, M.J.M., Verhagen, E., Mechelen, W. van
- BMC Pediatrics, 10:86, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2431-10-86
In general, only information regarding the effectiveness of an intervention programme is ever published. However, in recent years evaluating the translatability and feasibility of an intervention programme has become more important. Therefore, this paper presents the results of the evaluation of the iPlay programme aimed at preventing physical activity related injuries in primary school children. The iPlay programme targeted injuries gained through physical activity, and consisted of a teacher's manual, informative newsletters and posters, a website, and set exercises to be carried out during physical education (PE) classes. In order to evaluate the iPlay programme for translatability and feasibility, teachers, children and parents who participated in the iPlay programme filled out a questionnaire. The objective of this study is to describe the results of the process evaluation of the iPlay programme based on the five dimensions of the RE-AIM framework.