|Appropriateness is the perceived fit, relevance, or compatibility of the innovation or evidence based practice for a given practice setting, provider, or consumer; and/or perceived fit of the innovation to address a particular issue or problem. (Proctor et. al., 2011)|
|To see the head-to-head comparisons of the evidence-based assessment rating profiles for the instruments listed below, please click on the image below.|
|The individual pages for each instrument are currently under construction. Please check back mid-September 2019 for the results from our team’s revised Implementation Outcomes review.|
|Guerrero “Relevancy” Measure|
|Influences on Psychotherapy Training Participation Scale|
|20-item instrument measuring likelihood of participating in professional trainings in new psychotherapy practices.|
|Knowledge Exchange Outcomes Tool|
|44-item instrument measuring outcomes of knowledge exchange.|
|Moore & Benbasat Adoption of Information Technology Innovation Measure (Compatibility Scale)|
|34-Item instrument measuring adoption of information technology innovation (4 item compatibility sub-scale)|
3-item instrument measuring the usefulness of 22 parenting strategies (usefulness scale).
24-item instrument measuring the appropriateness and acceptability of school-based pre-referral teams.