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|Reporting guideline provided for?
(i.e. exactly what the authors state in the paper)
|Describing studies focused on implementation that use qualitative, quantitative, and/or mixed methodologies.|
|Full bibliographic reference||Ryan N, Vieira D, Gyamfi J, Ojo T, Shelley D, Ogedegbe O, Iwelunmor J, Peprah E. Development of the ASSESS tool: a comprehenSive tool to Support rEporting and critical appraiSal of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods implementation reSearch outcomes. Implement Sci Commun. 2022;3(1):34.|
(full-text if available)
|Access the ASSESS tool checklist.|
|Reporting guideline website URL||https://publichealth.nyu.edu/w/isee/tools/assess-tool|
|Reporting guideline acronym||ASSESS|
|Study design||Clinical trials, Economic evaluations, Experimental studies, Mixed methods studies, Observational studies, Qualitative research, Quality improvement studies, Systematic reviews/Meta-analyses/Reviews/HTA/Overviews|
|Applies to the whole report or to individual sections of the report?||Whole report|
|Other||Read a guide (PDF) to reporting guidelines relevant to implementation studies developed by researchers in the Centre for Implementation Science at King’s College London and King’s Improvement Science and led by the National Institute for Health Research Applied Research Collaboration South London (NIHR ARC South London) at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and supported by King’s Improvement Science.|
|Record last updated on||June 6, 2023|
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