Table 2

Methods and measures and outcomes by participant type

OutcomeMethods and measuresParticipantsTime
Description of local context and practiceSocio-Economic Indexes for Areas data, search of grey literature, informal contact with Primary Health Networks (PHN), project data collection logsPHNs
Project team
Ongoing throughout implementation
Fidelity to the modelRecord of general practitioner (GP) attendance at case discussion, booked co-consultations and use of phone and emailGPs
Project team
Ongoing throughout implementation
The acceptability, appropriateness, feasibility of Strengthening Care for Children (SC4C)Acceptability of intervention measure, intervention appropriateness measure and feasibility of intervention measureGPImplementation end (included in the 12-month GP survey)
Barriers and facilitators to running SC4CQualitative interviews and focus groups, guided by the Consolidated Framework for Implementation ResearchGPs, practice managers and administrative staff, paediatricians, families, children and project team.Ongoing throughout implementation of the model where possible (iterative data collection process)
GP buy in to the modelThe Normalisation MeAsure Development (NoMAD) ToolGPsImplementation end (included in the 12-month GP survey)