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Table 2 Data sources and measures

From: Comprehensive approaches to addressing mental health needs and enhancing school security: a hybrid type II cluster randomized trial

AimMeasuresMeasure frequencyData SourcesOriginal Data Sources
Primary: Intervention effectiveness on violence outcomesAggression, violence victimization, bullyingFall Year 1, Spring Year 1, Fall Year 2, Spring Year 2Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth Survey (MiPHY)aYouth Risk Behavior Surveillance Survey (YRBSS)b
Bully-Free Schools Survey (BFSS)c
 Truancy, behavioral referralsSpring Year 1, Fall Year 2, Spring Year 2School Information System (SIS)School Student Data
Secondary: feasibility and potential utility of implementation facilitationMeeting agenda, interview promptsSpring Year 1, Spring Year 2Staff, student and 3-Person Leadership Team (3-PLT) focus groupsQuestions developed by research team
 School climate, perceptions of program effectiveness (e.g., violence)Spring Year 1, Spring Year 2Delaware School Climate Teacher/Staff SurveydDelaware School Survey - Teacher/Staff (DSS-T/S)d
Secondary: mechanisms and mental healthSchool climate scaleFall Year 1, Spring Year 1, Fall Year 2, Spring Year 2Delaware School Climate Student SurveydDelaware School Survey - Student (DSS-S)d
 Anxiety, depressive symptoms, wellbeingFall Year 1, Spring Year 1, Fall Year 2, Spring Year 2Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth Survey (MiPHY)aYouth Risk Behavior Surveillance Survey (YRBSS)b
Secondary: Cost-benefitIntervention (e.g.,materials) and imple-mentation costs (e.g., training, support)MonthlyTime tracking by research and school staffData collected by research team
  1. a(Michigan Department of Education, 2016), b (Kann et al., 2018), c (Lindenberger, 2005), d (Bear et al., 2016)