Evidence Table 2. Elderly in Need: Research Components

Authors, Funder, Funding Period, Study Name (If applicable)Research ObjectivesStudy Design, Duration, SettingIntervention, DurationParticipants, Sampling Strategy, Sample Size, Response Rate, Retention RatePrimary Outcome Variables Measured, Data Collection MethodsOther Variables MeasuredIntended and Unintended Effects of InterventionEvidence of Enhanced or Diminished Research Quality Due to CBPR
Publications: Research Objective: Study Design: Intervention: Participants: Primary Variables Measured: Other Variables Measured: Intervention Effects: Methodology:
Moyer A, Coristine M, MacLean L, et al., 1999 To assess needs and design and test interventions to integrate them into the communityNonexperimental, exploratory• Individual interventions through public health nurses focusing on empowering the clientElderly persons (>75 years), living alone and not receiving nursing services• Physical Self Maintenance Scale• Social supportEffectiveness of the intervention was not assessedNo
Moyer A, Coristine M, Jamault M, et al., 1999 Duration of Study: • Interventions on community levels to increase outreach to elderly residents Sampling Strategy: • Instrumental Activities of Daily Living• Social ties Study results: Measures:
Funder: 3 years Duration of Intervention: Nonprobability Data Collection Methods: • Profile of older people in needNo
Ottawa Carlton Health Department, Community Health Research Unit Setting: 3 years Sample Size: Quantitative: Functional capacity• 3 patterns of inadequate social networks Recruitment:
Funding Period: French-speaking area, Canada101Qualitative: Field notes, semistructured interviewsNo
NR Response Rate at Each Measure: Intervention:
Study Name: 92No
Elderly In Need Retention Rate: Dissemination:
NRNo
Outcomes:
No

From: Appendix C Evidence Tables

Cover of Community-based Participatory Research: Assessing the Evidence
Community-based Participatory Research: Assessing the Evidence.
Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 99.
Viswanathan M, Ammerman A, Eng E, et al.

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