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Table 1 Inclusion and exclusion criteria

From: Effective coverage as a new approach to health system performance assessment: a scoping review

  Included Excluded
Publication type Original articles
Conference and meeting abstracts
Collection Reviews and commentaries
Technical reports
Date and language Any date and language  
Study design Any study design reporting the health service/intervention assessment, monitoring and evaluation which has been done based on WHOs introduced model of effective coverage  
Setting All routine health care settings  
scale Cross country, health system, population, individual and intervention level  
Study population General population  
Effective coverage assessment Any health service/intervention assessment, monitoring and evaluation has been done based on WHOs introduced model of effective coverage No quality for primary outcomes
Studies applied Tanahashi’s coverage model to estimate the actual coverage and other models
Some fields that effective coverage has especial meaning in them like vaccine coverage and malaria and Filariasis control interventions areas
methods Study reports the methods used to estimate effective coverage by measuring need, use and quality dimensions  
outcome Measures reported of effective coverage of health services/interventions Aimed to assess effective coverage but reported crude coverage (no measurement for quality)