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|Reporting guideline provided for?
(i.e. exactly what the authors state in the paper)
|Analysing transferability and to support the development and adaptation of health promotion interventions to new settings.|
|Full bibliographic reference||Cambon L, Minary L, Ridde V, Alla F. A tool to analyze the transferability of health promotion interventions. BMC Public Health 2013, 13:1184. Access full-text|
|Availability in additional languages||This reporting guideline has also been published in French:
Cambon L, Minary L, Ridde V, Alla F. [ASTAIRE: Tool for the analysis of the transferability and facilitation of the adaptation of interventions in health promotion, V2-2014]. Sante Publique. 2014;26(6):787-794. PMID: 25629673
|Reporting guideline acronym||ASTAIRE|
|Applies to the whole report or to individual sections of the report?||Data, Intervention (exposure), Procedure/Method, Study characteristics (participants etc.)|
|Record last updated on||May 20, 2015|
|Clinical practice guidelines||AGREE||RIGHT|
|Animal pre-clinical studies||ARRIVE|
|Quality improvement studies||SQUIRE|
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