• Bereikcijfers van leefstijlinterventies : Eerste ervaringen met het registreren van bereikcijfers in de Interventiedatabase

      Viet AL; Bakker F; Mikolajczak J; Lanting L; CGL ; PZO; vz (Rijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu RIVMRutgers, 2012-07-05)
      A new tab that consisted of a number of questions on the reach and implementation of interventions was introduced in the Intervention-database in 2011 Professionals from 37 organizations have registered reach-data of 77 interventions in the I-database of the RIVM's Centre for Healthy Living. Most of these interventions are executed by Municipal public health services (GGD'en). Many organizations are aware of the importance of registering reach-data. Some organizations register reach-data in their own system(s). For some organizations, the registration of reach-data is new. For other organizations registering these type of data is not new, but doing so in the I-database is. A majority of the organizations believe that all information of importance can be registered in the I-database and that the stated questions are clear. The Idatabase however is not yet considered 100% user-friendly by all organizations. For those organizations who have not yet (or only partially) entered reach data in the I-database, the most important barrier appears to be a lack of time and financial resources. They also state that the goal and the purpose of registering reach-data are not completely clear to them. In spite of all mentioned barriers, a majority of these organizations favors the idea of creating more transparency on the basis of reach-data. In 2012, the Centre for Healthy Living will continue to spent time and effort on the implementation of the tab ?reach and implementation' in the I-database. Change by itself, including the registration of reach-data in the I-database, requires time and attention. In 2012, directors of organizations will be involved in the implementation process, the questions will be adapted based on user feedback, and the level of user-friendliness of the I-database will be improved by developing a new database in cooperation with NISB. The above mentioned findings are based on the evaluation of the registration of reach-data in the I-database.