|Approach: describes the theoretical approach in terms of the primary aims, whether a population or individual approach has been used, and whether selection or targeting criteria have been used to identify cases or populations.||
Primary aims of the intervention being developed|
Primary selection criteria used for case identification.
|Base: describes where participants have been selected from, where the intervention is delivered and by whom||
Recruitment or case identification: the site at which participants of the intervention were identified;|
Primary site of delivery: the site at which the majority of the intervention is delivered or targeted.
Interventions delivered by : describes the individuals (professionals, trained professionals, etc) who deliver the majority of the intervention
|Components: describes variations in assessments used for deciding treatments, the conceptual basis, and different methods of combining interventions||
Assessments that are used|
Combination of interventions
|Descriptors: describes each of the components delivered in the control including sub-classifications that are considered potentially important||
Description of control group or sham interventions|
Description of the test interventions components