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Table 6 Intervention Fidelity Assessment: Compliance with intervention implementation design (N = 101 clinic visits)

From: Co-creation and prototyping of an intervention focusing on health literacy in management of malaria at community-level in Ghana

Item Intervention Fidelity Assessment (101 respondents) Yes % No %
1 Did community health nurses give a recap of previous months’ sessions? 85.1 14.9
2 Was the first hour of the day’s session covered by brochure discussions and game play? 83.2 16.8
3 Was the brochure discussion held before the game discussion? 91.1 8.9
4 Did all caregivers present have brochures for discussions? 87.1 12.9
5 Did the Community Health Nurse engage mothers during the discussions? 93.1 6.9
6 Did caregivers participate in the brochure and game discussions? 94.1 5.9
7 Were caregivers given time for questions with feedback? 92.1 7.9
8 Was the game played in groups? 87.1 12.9
9 Did community health nurses explain the rules of the game to caregivers? 86.1 13.9
10 Did the community health nurses facilitate the game discussions? 81.2 18.8
11 Did the game lead to further interactions with or questions to community health nurse? 86.1 13.9
12 Did the community health nurse use the platform to elaborate further on the questions and answers to the caregivers? 86.1 13.9
13 Were caregivers interested in the game? 86.1 13.9
14 Did the game promote group interaction? 89.1 10.9
15 Did the community health nurses refer to illustrations and pictures in the brochure in the discussions? 79.2 20.8
16 Did the facilitator introduce the topic for the next discussions session to caregivers? 82.2 17.8