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Table 3 Measurement of outcomes

From: Cluster randomized trial of a mHealth intervention “ImTeCHO” to improve delivery of proven maternal, neonatal, and child care interventions through community-based Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) by enhancing their motivation and strengthening supervision in tribal areas of Gujarat, India: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

What Where When How By whom
Coverage of proven maternal and neonatal interventions, coverage of care among complicated maternal and neonatal cases At household level in community 2 times: pre-intervention (baseline), post-intervention (endline) Household survey as reported by Type-A respondents (mothers of infants aged 1–4 months)a Data collection team
Coverage of proven young infant health interventions, coverage of care among complicated young infant cases At household level in community 2 times: pre-intervention (baseline), post-intervention (endline) Household survey as reported by Type-B respondents (mothers of infants aged 6–9 months) Data collection team
Adherence to intervention, support, and supervision received by ASHAs From ImTeCHO program data (online) Post-intervention (endline) From web interface and log of ImTeCHO facilitator Investigators
  1. aMothers of infants aged 6–9 months surveyed at baseline