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Table 2 Data collection techniques, number of respondents, type of participants, instruments, axis and variables used in the process evaluation of the Unplugged Program implementation, Brazil, 2013

From: Process evaluation of the implementation of the Unplugged Program for drug use prevention in Brazilian schools

Type Technique Participants Timing Instrument Axis of analysis Variables
Qualitative Focus Group
(13 focus groups, n = 100 participants)
Teachers (n = 13),
Stakeholders (n = 16), School Administrators (n = 11), Coaches (n = 6),
Students (n = 54)
At the end of the 12 Unplugged lessons Semi-structured script/guide Acceptability, Feasibility;
Development of prevention activities in the school environment; aspects that make the implementation process difficult or easy; sustainability of the program; opinions about the lessons, opinion about the perceived results; evidence of classroom adaptations.
Quantitative Fidelity Form
(n = 655)
Teachers (n = 36) At the end of each lesson taught, weekly Self-report questionnaire with open-ended and closed questions Fidelity;
Total number of students participating in each class;
Activities conducted;
Time spent in each activity;
Class engagement; Elements to modify the interaction between students and teachers.
Satisfaction Questionnaire
(n = 1294)
Students (n = 1267) and
Teachers (n = 27)
At the end of the 12 Unplugged lessons Self-report questionnaire with open-ended and closed questions Acceptability Positive aspects of the program;
Negative aspects;
Interest in maintaining the program;
Improvement in the relationship between teachers and students; Improvement in the relationship among students.