|Domain||Definition for Pisando Fuerte||Measurement|
|Reach||Number and characteristics of individuals willing to participate in a program.||
Number of participants in the program compared to the number of individuals invited to participate.|
Overall sociodemographic characteristics of participants.
|Outcomes||The health outcomes associated with the intervention||
Number of falls per person during 6 months post intervention compared to 6 months pre intervention, collected during interviews, and corroborated with the use of tracking calendars that were submitted during the study period.|
The Timed Up and Go (TUG)  and Shortened Fall Behavioral Scale (FaB) scale  were used as intermediary outcomes; these were measured at baseline and 6 months post intervention.
|Adoption||Characteristics of adopting organizations, and barriers and facilitators to adoption by the organizations.||Content analysis of semi-structured interviews of leaders, coordinators and administrators after the workshops were completed.|
|Implementation||At the organization level, it refers to the fidelity of delivery of the intervention, time/cost to implement the program.||
Fidelity of delivery – Evaluation was performed at sessions 1, 3, and 7, by a trained expert, who used a pre-defined checklist created using the key elements of Stepping On.|
Time/cost to implement the program according to budgets and hourly invoices submitted by adopting organizations.
|At the individual level, it refers to the use of the intervention by participants||
Fidelity of enactment – the degree to which the participants apply the skills learned in their daily life . It was assessed at completion of the program and 6 months post intervention using content analysis of semi-structured interviews of participants and demonstration of exercises.|
Workshop completion was defined as attending 6 out of 8 sessions.
|Maintenance||At the organization level refers to the capacity to keep implementing the program||N/A – Because Pisando Fuerte was only available for research purposes, we could not assess the maintenance of the program.|
|At the individual level, refers to the long-term fidelity of enactment of the health behavior of interest.||Maintenance is the degree to which the participants apply the learned skills long-term in their daily life . Measured using content analysis of semi-structured interviews of participants 6 months post completion.|