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Table 5 Implementation fidelity by school and overall

From: Feasibility and acceptability of a whole-school social-marketing intervention to prevent unintended teenage pregnancies and promote sexual health: evidence for progression from a pilot to a phase III randomised trial in English secondary schools

Intervention component Intervention schools Overall/4
1(1) 2(2) 3(3) 4(4)
Student needs survey Response rate (%) 94.1 85.4 85.1 91.3 4
Training SHPC training Attendance, n (sheet) 4 3 1 2 N/A
% coverage of essential topics (observation) 91 100 100 88 4 (100)
% coverage of essential training activities (observation) 81 100 94 86 4 (100)
Opportunities for discussion (y/n) Y Y Y Y 4 (100)
Overall 86 100 96 87 4 (100)
Curriculum training Attendance, n (sheet) 5 9 5 4 N/A
% coverage of essential topics (observation) 88 66 88 76 4 (100)
% coverage of essential training activities (observation) 80 44 88 71 4 (100)
Opportunities for discussion (y/n) Y N Y Y 4 (100)
Overall 83 50 88 74 3 (75)
Student-led social marketing training Attendance, n (sheet) 1 1 1 1 N/A
% coverage of essential topics (trainer diary) 100 100 100 100 4 (100)
% coverage of essential training activities (observation) 89 89 89 89 4 (100)
Opportunities for discussion (y/n) Y Y Y Y 4 (100)
Overall 94 94 94 94 4 (100)
SHPC Number of meetings (log books) 3 2 3 3 N/A
Topics covered (log books) 90 Missing 88 100 3 (75)
Actions (log books) 73 Missing 81 73 3 (75)
Opportunities for discussion (log books) 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Overall 83 Missing 81 87 3 (75)
Curriculum Curriculum % coverage of essential topics across classes (log books) Core lesson 1 97 Missing 100 N/A 3 (75)
Core lesson 2 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 3 99 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 4 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 5 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 6 100 Missing 100 Missing 2 (75)
Core lesson 7 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 8 97 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Additional lesson 1 100 Missing 100 77 3 (75)
Additional lesson 2 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
overall % topics covered 99 Missing 100 98 3 (75)
% coverage of essential activities (log books) Core lesson 1 80 Missing 100 N/A 3 (75)
Core lesson 2 97 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 3 84 Missing 100 89 3 (75)
Core lesson 4 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 5 100 Missing 100 77 3 (75)
Core lesson 6 100 Missing 100 Missing 2 (50)
Core lesson 7 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 8 96 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Additional lesson 1 96 Missing 100 79 3 (75)
Additional lesson 2 97 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Overall % activities covered 95 Missing 100 93 3 (75)
Opportunities for discussion (%) Core lesson 1 100 Missing 100 N/A 3 (75)
Core lesson 2 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 3 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 4 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 5 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 6 100 Missing 100 Missing 2 (50)
Core lesson 7 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Core lesson 8 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Additional lesson 1 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Additional lesson 2 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Overall opportunities for discussion (%) 100 Missing 100 100 3 (75)
Homework one set? Y Missing Y N 2 (50
Homework two set? Y Missing Y N 2 (50)
Overall curriculum delivery (%) 98 Missing 100 96 3 (75)
Student-led social marketing (log books) Number of planning meetings (log books) 3 Missing 3 8 N/A
Topics covered (log books) 100 Missing 78 67 3 (75)
Actions (log books) 100 Missing 56 67 3 (75)
Opportunities for discussion (log books) 100 Missing 100 100 3 (100)
Overall 100 Missing 71 74 3 (75)
Parental information Number of parent newsletters 2 Missing 0 1 0
Review of school sexual health services (log books) Topics covered 83 Missing 100 83 3 (75)