Number of Models:
The number of models that include elements aligned with the given construct.


Components abstracted from each model and aligned with the given construct.

Deliver Trans-created Intervention and Evaluate Implementation Process - Create and Implement Methods for Assessing Other Process for Delivering Intervention (Summative Evaluation)

Improved Outcomes

Intervention Outcomes

Long-term Outcomes

Mid-term Outcomes


Short-term Outcomes

Various outcomes

The definition of the construct.

Outcome variables, the end results of evidence-based interventions, in D&I research are often different from those in traditional health research and have to be defined broadly, including short- and long-term outcomes, individual and organizational- or population-level outcomes, impacts on quality of life, adverse consequences, and economic evaluation. Although individual-level variables can also be important (e.g., behavior change variables such as smoking or physical activity), outcome measures in D&I research are typically measured at organizational, community, or policy level (e.g., organizational change, community readiness for change).