TIDiers #3: “What: Materials: Describe any physical or informational materials used in the intervention, including those provided to participants or used in intervention delivery or in training of intervention providers. Provide information on where the materials can be accessed (e.g., online appendix, URL).”
TIDiers #4: “What: Procedures: Describe each of the procedures, activities, and/or processes used in the intervention including any enabling or support activities.”
In reference to TIDier items #3 and #4, the included SM programs in this review used different tools, formats, and resources to implement their program. A variety of SM program formats were found, including individual sessions with healthcare providers, audio tapes, telephone, online resources, booklets, lecture/ seminar, exercise/recreation, group sessions, peer mentoring, cognitive behavioral therapy, videos, and counseling (Table 2).The most common format used was group sessions (N=34; 27.0%), followed closely by the use of booklets/handouts (N=28; 22.2%), lecture/seminars (N=24; 19.1%), online/electronic (N=20; 15.9%), and peer mentoring/support (N=20; 15.9%).